[time-nuts] DIY IRIG-B Display?
bill at iaxs.net
Mon Mar 19 22:58:58 EDT 2007
Well, they aren't DIY, they're display units made for the FAA,
identified as DTFA01-84-G-00036, made in Duluth, MN.
They are surplus to my needs, since I no longer think I'll get
around to building an IRIG-B network. Make an offer that would
make me drop what I'm doing and ship them.
There is also a Trak 2234 with a Fort Meade sticker. It has BNC
connectors and filter settings, probably for recovering IRIG from
a tape playback. Please write for details.
Oh, and there's dozens of Datum time code generators/receivers.
I went off the deep end in 2003, trying to build something like
the three clocks at WWV. Paid an average of $50 each for them.
And now, back to your regular messages.
Bruce Lane wrote, in part,
"Does anyone know of any DIY displays that'll decode a standard IRIG-B
signal? I'm thinking it'd be kind of fun to create such, but I work
better if I have some idea of where to start."
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