[time-nuts] any WWV audio recordings available?

Scott Burris slburris at gmail.com
Fri Feb 12 19:45:03 UTC 2010

The second recording still did not get the clock to sync.

So I tried an all up test, setting a WaveTek 288 signal generator to 
5Mhz at -47db,
and used your audio to AM modulate the signal.  This gets the AGC amp 
back into
the picture.  And it successfully decoded, saying 10:15 PST!

The synthetic recording also worked via RF.

So I guess I'm concluding that the clock had some bad electrolytic 
capacitors, which I
fixed, and I'm now going through a crummy reception period for WWV.  I 
used to be
able to get WWV on 5 or 10 Mhz overnight with just a wire strung out 
from the clock,
but that doesn't seem to be cutting it anymore.

Thanks for the assistance.


Majdi S. Abbas wrote:
> 	There was a lot of fading present; possibly too much for the
> receiver to work with.
> 	Try this recording instead:
> 	http://puck.nether.net/~majdi/WWV-10MHZ.wav
> 	Still some of the usual fading, but not nearly as bad as the
> other night.
> 	--msa
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