[time-nuts] The ultraAtomic clock for home

paul swed paulswedb at gmail.com
Wed Apr 5 18:53:56 EDT 2017

Yes its quite common. The clocks are always off by sometime and generally
never account for winter and summer time. Lastly ooops the ole batteries
dead or corroded.
In Broadcast facilities all of the clocks are actually driven by
synchronized time codes. Either LTC or IRIG. The clocks can be either
analog or digital.
Being a time nut numbers of my clocks run on LTC and I have used IRIG.
Silly. I know.

But what I can say is as mentioned the new ultraclocks should be very very
good over the troublesome AM units.
I used the CME8000 chip for quite some time supporting some testing.
Essentially logging when it did or didn't obtain complete sentances. Boy
did it work.

On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 3:01 PM, Hal Murray <hmurray at megapathdsl.net> wrote:

> kb8tq at n1k.org said:
> > UTC I understand. I’ve used that feature on “atomic” clocks in the past.
> > I’m still a bit unclear on how many people will set up a wall of clocks
> > running on a dozen or so time zones. Obviously the people making clocks
> are
> > very much in favor of doing that :)
> I think it's common for companies/groups with offices in several countries
> to
> have a cluster of clocks showing the time in each office.
> 24 hour clocks would work better.  I think you have to correct for DST
> changes manually.
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