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Revised as of October 1, 2009
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§ 10.450 Geographic Targeting.
This section establishes minimum requirements for the geographic
targeting of Alert Messages. A Participating CMS Provider will
determine which of its network facilities, elements, and locations will
be used to geographically target Alert Messages. A Participating CMS
Provider must transmit any Alert Message that is specified by a
geocode, circle, or polygon to an area not larger than the provider's
approximation of coverage for the Counties or County Equivalents with
which that geocode, circle, or polygon intersects. If, however, the
propagation area of a provider's transmission site exceeds a single
County or County Equivalent, a Participating CMS Provider may transmit
an Alert Message to an area not exceeding the propagation area.
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