Re: [BCD396XT] Help with programming for EAS over fm broadcast radio
- I would program tone A for 0 and tone B for 960 Hz.
Decoders will often disregard both tones which would mean it would not work at all.
On Sat 12/11/11 10:35 PM , Jerry Mader maderradionetwork@... sent:
> Ok, lol i have 2 tones that are used.
> How would any of you suggest i try this lol.
> I have a 853 hz signal and a 960 signal this is the attention signal
> afterthe data bursts.
> Ok so both of these are set together.
> Now, should i program one for tone a and one for tone b? or program the
> 960hz for b, or what should i do.
> Also may I ask, If these two tones are sent together will the scanner
> stillbe able to grab the high tone with them both being sent together on the
> air?I wish there was a way to make the NOAA weather radio frequencies be
> adjusted for the fm frequencies in the broadcast band to monitor all
> Cause out here noaa weather radio doesn't send out the EAS messages just
> alocal radio station does.
> Anyone have any idea how i could modify the scanner to use the Same data
> offthe fm radio broadcasts instead of the NOAA weather radio?
> Jerry Made
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