[time-nuts] The ultraAtomic clock for home

Bob kb8tq kb8tq at n1k.org
Tue Apr 4 18:19:15 EDT 2017


Based on their web site, the model you saw is the one and only version that
does the new modulation. One very useful feature is the ability to set it to 
any time zone world wide. I guess I missed the note on the WWVB coverage
area expanding to cover the entire planet …..:)


> On Apr 4, 2017, at 4:54 PM, paul swed <paulswedb at gmail.com> wrote:
> I was in a walmart the other day and noticed that there were numbers of
> atomic clocks. Thought the fad had died off due to lots of reasons.
> I was curious did those magical supa-dupa atomic clocks that screwed the
> old phase tracking receivers ever arrive? Son of a gun they did. I must
> have missed the 6 pm news story on this technology. Pretty sure we all did.
> Anyhow humor aside at least one clock from La Crosse does exist.
> 404-1235ua for $79. Seems steep but then again these clocks do use the
> phase code and do not care about the orientation. They have 2 antennas at
> 90 degrees and they select the best signal.
> I suspect if there is one of these some other vendors and even perhaps La
> Crosse may have other models at a lower cost. Will not comment on the
> technical quality of these products.
> Regards
> Paul
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