[time-nuts] The ultraAtomic clock for home
paulswedb at gmail.com
Fri Apr 7 08:08:03 EDT 2017
Very good catch it is *not* the cme8000 chip. Thats a classic am receiver.
It is the everset chip. Sorry for mis-leading.
On Thu, Apr 6, 2017 at 9:25 PM, Bob kb8tq <kb8tq at n1k.org> wrote:
> 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
> >> 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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