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e-CFR Data is current as of September 29, 2014

Title 47Chapter ISubchapter APart 11


TITLE 47—Telecommunication

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 11—EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM (EAS)

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§11.1
Purpose.
§11.2
Definitions.
§11.11
The Emergency Alert System (EAS).
§§11.12-11.14
[Reserved]
§11.15
EAS Operating Handbook.
§11.16
National Control Point Procedures.
§11.18
EAS Designations.
§11.20
State Relay Network.
§11.21
State and Local Area plans and FCC Mapbook.
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Subpart B—EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

§11.31
EAS protocol.
§11.32
EAS Encoder.
§11.33
EAS Decoder.
§11.34
Acceptability of the equipment.
§11.35
Equipment operational readiness.
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Subpart C—ORGANIZATION

§11.41
Participation in EAS.
§11.42
[Reserved]
§11.43
National level participation.
§11.44
[Reserved]
§11.45
Prohibition of false or deceptive EAS transmissions.
§11.46
EAS public service announcements.
§11.47
Optional use of other communications methods and systems.
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Subpart D—EMERGENCY OPERATIONS

§11.51
EAS code and Attention Signal Transmission requirements.
§11.52
EAS code and Attention Signal Monitoring requirements.
§11.53
[Reserved]
§11.54
EAS operation during a National Level emergency.
§11.55
EAS operation during a State or Local Area emergency.
§11.56
Obligation to process CAP-formatted EAS messages.
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Subpart E—TESTS

§11.61
Tests of EAS procedures.


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