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It's More Than Just Weather!

In , NOAA Now Has 1,000 Transmitters In Place!

Mark Trail Champions NOAA Weather Radio

Owned by the U.S. Government and operated by a staff trained to address emergencies, the NOAA Public Alert Radio is a service of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce.  NOAA personnel use information from Doppler radar, storm spotters, state and local officials, satellites and other sources to issue warnings.  These watches and warnings are broadcast over NOAA systems.  In Addition, Local Emergency Management And Public Safety Officials can activate local warning systems to alert communities of an impending weather threat.  If In Place!  Why Rely On If?  In Addition To Monitoring Public TV and Radio, A Proper-Working Personal Alert Monitor Radio Will Receive The Same NOAA Broadcasts And Can Present Information Instantly As It Is Sent!

In 2003, the Consumer Electronics Association partnered with NOAA and Environment Canada to establish new industry standards to help ensure the reliability of products carrying public safety warnings. Products meeting these standards now carry the “Public Alert” logo. U.S. PUBLIC ALERT HOME LAND SECURITY RADIO ALERT SERVICE EQUIPMENT BY CASANOVA'S

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 U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

In June 2004, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Commerce entered into an agreement providing DHS the capability to broadcast terrorism-related information to national and targeted populations over the existing NOAA network.  It Is The Duty Of All U.S. Citizens To Stay Alert And Monitor The Homeland Security Network And Stay Vigilant For The Greatest Defense.

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Emergency Alert System | EAS?

"This is a test of the Emergency Alert System -- this is only a test....".  The EAS was originally designed to provide the U.S. President with a means to address the American people directly, in the event of a national emergency.  Through the EAS, the President has access to thousands of broadcast stations, cable systems and participating satellite programmers, to transmit a message to the public.  In 1963, state and local level emergency information was allowed to be transmitted using the EBS.  The latest upgraded digital system, provides state and local officials with a new method to quickly send out important local emergency information targeted to a specific area.

The FCC ruled that the EAS would be a digital-based automated system and use coding protocols similar to NOAA Weather Radio (NWR) Specific Area Message Encoding (SAME).  EAS sends out alerts not just to broadcast media but also to cable television, satellites, pagers, Direct Broadcast Satellite, High Definition Television, and Video Dial Tone.  EAS also accounts for the needs of special populations such as the deaf and those with special language requirements. In 1996, EAS replaced the Emergency Broadcast System (EBS).

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What Is S.A.M.E.?

The Following Is The Official Description Published By NOAA NWSI 10-1712 FEBRUARY 11, 2005*

NWR SAME provides in a digital format specific, timely information on the nature and location of a threat to the safety of those most immediately at risk from severe weather or other hazards.  It is intended to provide enough information before and after the broadcast of a message to allow individual receivers to immediately react to a received warning according to preprogrammed user instructions.  Its greatest value is to significantly improve the automatic selection and distribution of messages about events that threaten people and/or property.  Applications range from turning on the muted speaker in individual personal radios for specific ides of events and/or specific locations, to automatically capturing and re-broadcasting NWR messages on Emergency Alert System (EAS) equipment at broadcast radio and television stations and cable systems.

Purpose of SAME*

The SAME feature on NWR receivers allows listeners and EAS participants to filter and receive only messages and information for their selected geographic areas that are disseminated within the available NWR broadcast area.   Use of SAME permits a reduction in number of unwanted receiver notifications due to warnings and alerts that are outside the receiver’s selected area(s) of concern (that do not match the “listener’s” selected SAME geographic area(s), message, event and/or information type codes).  Use of SAME for automatic system turn on and alert is a measured criteria in Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) “Public Alert” certified NWR receivers.

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NWR broadcasts National Weather Service (NWS) warnings, watches, forecasts and other non-weather related hazard information 24 hours a day.  During an emergency, NWS forecasters interrupt routine broadcasts and send a special tone activating special weather-alert monitoring radios.  Weather radios equipped with a special alarm tone feature sound an alert to give immediate information about a life-threatening situation.

NWR broadcasts warnings and post-event information for all types of hazards: weather (e.g., tornadoes, floods), natural (e.g., earthquakes, forest fires and volcanic activity), technological (e.g., chemical releases, oil spills, nuclear power plant emergencies, etc.), and national emergencies (e.g., terrorist attacks). Working with other Federal agencies and the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) Emergency Alert System (EAS), NWR is an all-hazards radio network, making it the most comprehensive weather and emergency information available to the public.

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Programming A SAME Receiver

To program NWR SAME receivers with the proper county(s) and marine area(s) of choice, a 6-digit SAME code number(s) for the local county(s) is needed.    With this code information, follow the directions supplied by the manufacturer of the specific NWR SAME receiver for programming.

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* Information Subjected To Chance Without Further Notice. Reference: NOAA Weather Service; Dissemination Policy NWSPD 10-17. This Documentation Is Available At http://www.weather.gov/directives/

 

NOAA Weather Radio Now Numbers 1000 Transmitters!

The National Weather Service (NWS) has reached a historic milestone with the addition of a transmitter in Nenana, Alaska.  The Nenana transmitter is the 1,000th station in the NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards network.  It broadcasts on a frequency of 162.400 MHz with the call sign KPS504.  The broadcast originates at the NWS Weather Forecast Office in Fairbanks.

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Fight Back Terrorism

It's Your Responsibility To Outfit Yourself With A High-Grade Homeland-Security Alert Monitors And Stayed Tuned-In!

Be Prepared, Be Vigilant - Learn Defensive And Response Measures, Learn First Aid, Stay Tune To Your Governments Homeland Security System!  The Alert Systems Below Are For Use With The U.S. Government Systems And Are All Alert Type Monitors, Which Are Signaled To Sound An Alert Alarm And Turn On The Radio Receiver When A Alrt Has Been Issued By One Of Several U.S. Government Agencies!

Consumer Warning - Unless It States The Device Is A Alert Radio, It Will Not Automatically Monitor And Turn On When Emergencies Or Alerts Are Issued!  Why Settle For Anything Less?   Casanova's - Outfitting Higher Quality Goods Since 1930!

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The U.S. National Weather Service (NOAA) Channels Are In The VHF 162 MHz FM Radio Band.  Regionally Located NOAA Transmitters Provide 24-Hour-A-Day National Weather Service Information Over One Of 7 Different Channels.  The Best Weather Radios On The Market Should Have The Ability To Monitor Any Of These 7 Channels, Which Makes It Useable In Any Area Of The United States, Where NOAA Radio Service Is Made Available.

CASANOVA TIP: We Highly Recommend Purchasing The Newer Weather Radio Models That Include Reception Of The New SAME Alert System!  Systems Listed Above That Are Designated With The 'Public Alert' Logo U.S. PUBLIC ALERT HOME LAND SECURITY RADIO ALERT SERVICE EQUIPMENT BY CASANOVA'S  Have Been Verified By Our Equipment Specialist As Having The SAME Technology Alert Capability.  With Homeland Security Issues Now A Daily Threat In The U.S. And Around The World, Why Don't You Have A SAME Radio At Work, Home And In Your Vehicle?

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