Sage EAS 1822

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Sage EAS 1822

Post by NECRAT » Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:45 am

Is this box worth anything to anyone?

I know it's not Cap Compliant.

I also know I don't want it on my shelf anymore.
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Re: Sage EAS 1822

Post by kkiddkkidd » Mon Oct 21, 2019 10:57 am

A ham radio group might be interested to decode wx alerts for a rpt OR you might could use it as a confidence monitor for customers EAS transmissions. As far as I know, it should decode and log (serial...) most data even if the new codes aren't recognized.

If you are going to junk it, I will pay shipping.

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Re: Sage EAS 1822

Post by NECRAT » Mon Oct 21, 2019 1:44 pm

kkiddkkidd wrote:
Mon Oct 21, 2019 10:57 am
A ham radio group might be interested to decode wx alerts for a rpt OR you might could use it as a confidence monitor for customers EAS transmissions. As far as I know, it should decode and log (serial...) most data even if the new codes aren't recognized.

If you are going to junk it, I will pay shipping.

Later,
I just emailed you. It won't cost anything for shipping through our mail center at the college.
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