[time-nuts] AM Broadcast Stations As Frequency...

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Sat Oct 15 00:43:08 UTC 2011

Even if you could, the referenced would be no better than the GPS. 

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From: "Burt I. Weiner" <biwa at att.net>
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Subject: [time-nuts] AM Broadcast Stations As Frequency...

I don't see any practical way to do that.  There are so many 
variables and it's such a dynamic problem.


>Subject: Re: [time-nuts] AM Broadcast Stations As Frequency
>Would it be possible to use some form of SDR and massive
>but clever data processing to derive a standard frequency
>reference from *all* the AM stations simultaneously? With
>post-processing you could identify each station's weighted
>contribution to the ensemble, for better or worse, as well
>as plot diurnal variations and drift.

Burt I. Weiner Associates
Broadcast Technical Services
Glendale, California  U.S.A.
biwa at att.net

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