[time-nuts] The ultraAtomic clock for home
Richard (Rick) Karlquist
richard at karlquist.com
Wed Apr 5 11:30:32 EDT 2017
Why? oh why? is this only available as an analog clock??
I am wondering if Lacrosse only has the rights to an analog
version and that a higher priced digital version will
show up in some "professional" line from another vendor.
This is at least a plausible theory because this is
a well known business model: "incremental" revenue
that doesn't "cannibalize" the cash cow. At least
this is/was popular with HP/Agilent/Keysight management
where I work(ed).
On 4/4/2017 8:00 PM, paul swed wrote:
> Really can't say that its c-max or not. Since if you try to download
> anything from the sight the links are dead. But I do believe its the true
> wwvb bpsk decoder. If it is the cme 8000 that chip works impressively well
> even in New England.
> But this is the first time I have stumbled across anything that used it if
> I am guessing correctly. Heck I seem to remember it was supposed to be out
> some 2-3 years ago around Christmas.
> On Tue, Apr 4, 2017 at 9:04 PM, Tim Shoppa <tshoppa at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have been happy with the Casio Waveceptor watches. They can display UTC.
>> They seem to reliably set themselves between midnight and 3AM each morning
>> when I'm wearing them here in Maryland, more reliably than the (non-PSK)
>> WWVB wall clocks.
>> The Casio WV58A-1AVCR is a plastic LCD watch for $28 that lasts a couple
>> years. The face scuffs easily and the band only lasts a little more than a
>> year before needing replacement.
>> I upgraded to the Metal-body-metal-band Casio WVA-M640D-1ACR almost a year
>> ago and am very happy. Analog display for local time, and the LCD display
>> can show UTC. About $90.
>> Tim N3QE
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