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Author Topic: WWV "emulator"  (Read 381 times)
NK7H
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« on: August 28, 2009, 01:47:02 AM »

Hello all-

I'm trying to find some software that emulates WWV in Ft. Collins.  Once upon a time I had a program that would not only synchronize the computer's clock to the NIST clocks, but would also play the ticks for each second and the "bong" for each minute.  It made setting a watch or clock real easy, even when propagation from WWV and WWVB is poor. Does any of this sound familiar to anyone?  I've been looking all over the net, but not having any luck just yet.

tia-

Dan
NK7H

PS if you subscribe to the QRP-L list or follow alt.horology this may sound familiar-  I tried both of those information sources before coming here to eHam.
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