[time-nuts] Receiving the MSF time signal on cheap radio modules
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Tue Feb 6 18:28:47 EST 2018
In message <20180206225742.6703040605C at ip-64-139-1-69.sjc.megapath.net>, Hal Murray writes:
>> Since MSF *is* on 60 KHz, you do indeed get dead spots.
>If the two signals are not encoded identically, there should be an
>interesting signal when one of the transmitters is off and the other is on.
>Has anybody looked for that sort of pattern?
I have seen signs of that in my data in the shape of phase-shifts,
and that sort of made me concentrate on DCF & LORAN.
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