[time-nuts] The ultraAtomic clock for home
kb8tq at n1k.org
Thu Apr 6 21:25:57 EDT 2017
I’m sure it would have happily corrected for summer time in Europe two weeks later …. Provided (of course) it got the switch
codes from DCF77 to tell it when to do so. My guess is that the tiny little watch antenna isn’t very good picking up time code
from the other side of the Atlantic :) As I understand the beast it makes no attempt to work out when a shift should happen. It
simply pulls data off of the RF signal to tell it what to do.
> On Apr 6, 2017, at 7:53 PM, Martin VE3OAT <ve3oat at storm.ca> wrote:
> Bob, if you had your watch set to European time, could the fact that Europe changes to daylight time about two weeks after we do in North America have anything to do with it?
> ... Martin VE3OAT
> Bob (KB8TW) wrote :
>> On a side note, my Citizen WWVB watch missed the change to DST this year.
>> I still had it set to European time and it was not able to figure out which system
>> to update to. I suppose it also may have been looking for DCF77 rather than WWVB.
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