[time-nuts] Are there commercial clocks that decode the "new" WWVB PM signal available yet?

Bob Camp kb8tq at n1k.org
Sat Nov 29 09:13:19 EST 2014


As far as anybody knows, the chips have yet to go into any “real” products. My theory is that a fairly large order (say 10K a week) is what they are looking for to get going on this. They may have to wait a while for that sort of thing to come along. They will still be well inside patient protection a decade from now. They can wait.


> On Nov 29, 2014, at 2:36 AM, John Marvin <jm-tnut at themarvins.org> wrote:
> Last I heard, a chip (or chips) that decode the new PM signal added to the WWVB PWM signal 2 years ago was in development, but I'm not sure one has been released yet. If such a chip has been released, has it been incorporated into any consumer "Atomic Clocks" that are currently available?
> Thanks,
> John
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