[time-nuts] Nutty time-nuttery with WWVB

Clint Jay cjaysharp at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 07:55:05 EST 2016

Yes,  there are projects that will generate the relevant signals but you
have to be absolutely certain  that the signal will not 'leak'  and affect
clocks you don't own.

Which may not be as easy as it sounds,  it's amazing just how far a couple
of milli watts of RF can travel.

On 10 Nov 2016 12:21, "Peter Reilley" <preilley_454 at comcast.net> wrote:

> I have a few of those "atomic" clocks that receive WWVB to set the time.
> However since I live on the east coast they may only pick up the signal
> once or twice per year.
> Could I implement my own personal WWVB transmitter that would
> be powerful enough to be picked up by the clocks in my house?
> The signal at 60 KHz might be able to be produced directly by some
> sound cards.   With that and a ferrite rod antenna I might get
> reliable time elsewhere in my house outside of my lab.
> Has anyone tried this?
> Pete.
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