[time-nuts] Cutler NAA on 24.0kHz....

Paul Davis ziggy9+time-nuts at pumpkinbrook.com
Tue Aug 12 23:12:14 EDT 2014


According to a document I just found (<http://tf.boulder.nist.gov/general/pdf/1743.pdf>) it would seem that the naval transmitters are at least .05 10e-9. I don't imagine they have gotten worse since that was published (1967!).

So maybe not quite as good as WWVB (which was then spec'ed at .02 10e-9) but probably still useful. But no time code of course. The least common multiple of the two is also 120 khz. Food for thought. 

Paul

On Aug 12, 2014, at 10:25 PM, Brian, WA1ZMS <wa1zms at att.net> wrote:

So does anyone know what frequency stability NAA has as of today?



When I fire-up my VLF RX converter they are so loud I'd hate to live near
the site.

One might be able to hear it with silver fillings in their teeth while
eating a lemon! ;- )





-Brian, WA1ZMS



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