[time-nuts] New NIST Time Code to Boost Reception for Radio-Controlled Clocks
kb8tq at n1k.org
Sat May 31 20:48:12 EDT 2014
A thousand chips at $1 a chip is a very different thing than a thousand chips at $100 a chip. The next issue might be that they only have them in die form. The issue after that probably is that you really want the version 3 (or 9) chips that actually work with all the modulation schemes. I’ve been down the road with a number of similar chips that took *many* rev’s before they really did what they were intended to do. Many millions of dollars a pass times 3 or 6 passes is an whole different world …..
On May 31, 2014, at 5:23 PM, paul swed <paulswedb at gmail.com> wrote:
> I had reached out several times to the new wwvb chip maker for this
> And though first run chips were available they are not to us unless we want
> 1000 of them. Also pricing is unclear.
> That said yes the intent is to receive time. The new chip doesn't easily
> allow a way to d-psk the signal. Though it can be helpful.
> On Sat, May 31, 2014 at 4:31 PM, Brooke Clarke <brooke at pacific.net> wrote:
>> What are the left two digits telling us?
>> I've emailed John Lowe & James Burrus the above question and for more
>> information about the different transmission modes as well as more
>> information about the hardware shown on the above web page.
>> Have Fun,
>> Brooke Clarke
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