[time-nuts] Near-perfect chip for Loran-C frequency receiver
danrae at verizon.net
Thu Jul 3 18:25:16 EDT 2008
Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
> It's trivial to do phase-tracking on any moderately strong CW signal
> at the same time, so that could easily be done using the same chip.
> The analog side would need to allow for those signals also then.
At least where I am the 60 kHz signal from WWVB is quite weak. The need
is for as narrow an RF band width as possible for 60 kHz and a wider
band for Loran 100 kHz, around 15 kHz, and much stronger signals are the
norm here, so this needs to be allowed for if you want your project to
be dual purpose.
Fascinating idea though!
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