About the EAS Database
- The EAS database is a project aimed at obtaining information about a broadcasting station's EAS equipment and characteristics.
- To look up records, enter a radio station callsign (TV stations coming soon).
- Basic information about a station's EAS equipment is displayed first.
- If available, other data such as weekly test (RWT) patterns and streaming info are provided.
- Information may not be availible for all stations, please see the "Disclaimers" section for more information.
- The EAS database is not associated with FEMA, the FCC, or any other EAS affiliates.
- All information contained in this database was obtained from first/second-hand reports and should not be considered official.
- Data should be considered reasonably accurate till the "Last Updated" timestamp provided. All information is subject to change.
- Information on this database should not be used as a guide for receiving emergency alerts. Please consult with local authorities for official emergency preparedness information.
- This is an ongoing project. If you have any information to contribute, please fill out this form or via the #website-feedback channel on the Discord server. Your contributions are highly appreciated!
- Learn more about how the Emergency Alert System (EAS) works here.
- Visit the EAS Streams page for catching EAS alerts online.
- Check out the EAS Tests page for additional information on EAS tests.
- EAStestfan25 (Drew) for initiating this project under the Ultimate EAS Project (UEP).
- All contributors to data on this webpage.