EAS Protocol: ZCZC-CIV-CAE-027000+0100-1432354-TPT NOW
☆ What's This? – Specific Area Message Encoding is a method of transmitting emergency information that derives from AFSK technology. It is used mainly in the Emergency Alert System, Weatheradio Canada, and SARMEX systems in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
See more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Specific_Area_Message_Encoding
Event Information: https://twitter.com/MnDPS_BCA/status/1396620176745975808
☆ What's This? – The link listed above obtains additional or otherwise important information relating to the Emergency Broadcast in question. The link can range from the original VTEC product read off in a warning to a social media post that prompted a warning.
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