[time-nuts] DCF77 clock with UTC display
mike.cook at orange.fr
Sun Jun 6 12:27:47 EDT 2010
There are plenty of implementations hardware plus PIC/AVR code out there for a homebrew. For a long time I was using Conrads receiver with Jonathan Buzzards linux code to get a reasonable NTP reference. I switched to BSD with Oncore GPS since.
Le 6 juin 2010 à 17:41, AL1 a écrit :
> Hi Giuseppe,
> i remember that Elektor had such a description;
> but i don' know when, i am looking for it...
> Alain Bouchet
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Giuseppe Marullo" <giuseppe at marullo.it>
> To: "Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement"
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> Sent: Sunday, June 06, 2010 1:55 AM
> Subject: Re: [time-nuts] DCF77 clock with UTC display
>> >DCF77 is transmitted in CET/CEST and so receivers generally just
>> display the received data with some allowing other TZ offsets as it can be
>> received in the UK for example. I also lucked out when looking for one
>> where >daylight savings adjustments could be removed .
>> exactly what I am experiencing. I am starting to believe that I will have
>> to ask to ham radio manifacturers (like MFJ but they are US based) until
>> they will develop a specific product, or I will have to build it myself,
>> like a DCF77 receiver with some ehm, custom handling of the summer time...
>> I can't believe there is no such need for aviation or other fields.
>> Giuseppe Marullo
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