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CEA-2009-B (ANSI)

Standards Details

Receiver Performance Specification for Public Alert Receivers
Document Number:
CEA-2009-B (ANSI)
This voluntary standard defines minimum performance criteria for consumer electronic products designed to receive SAME alert signals broadcast by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Weather Radio network and Environment Canada's Meteorological Services of Canada Radio network. This standard does not apply to receivers not equipped to receive SAME messages (e.g., tone-alert receivers).
Product Mark:
Public Alert Mark: A product mark used to identify radio receivers capable of automatically activating and alerting consumers when emergency messages are broadcast by the National Weather Service. This mark indicates that products are compliant with CEA-2009.
Committe Name:
R3 Audio Systems
Publication Date:
November 01, 2010
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