[time-nuts] Nutty time-nuttery with WWVB

Alex Pummer alex at pcscons.com
Thu Nov 10 16:35:58 EST 2016

basically one could make a very good 60kHz clock distributor system, by 
running a large loop around the property, -- as long as the loop's 
length is much less than the wave length the current will be constant 
along the loop -- that way  you will have reception inside the loop with 
vertical magnetic, and very weak reception outside of the loop. At the 
clocks you need to turn the antenna from horizontal to vertical, and you 
could use such low power a few mW, that the FCC would not worry about 
it, similar system is used as invisible fence for dogs, but for the 
clock one need much less power, since the clocks have a very sensitive 
receiver unlike the "dogs receiver".

alias Dr.Alexander Pummer,
PCS Consultants

On 11/10/2016 10:45 AM, Van Horn, David wrote:
> I have, for many years, wished the FCC would get serious on enforcement.
> I've dealt with CEOs who said basically "ok, so it's illegal, who's going to catch us?"
> I have on occasion had to physically stop shipments from being made.
> If we had enforcement with TEETH then it would be easy to make the case to management that they stand a good chance of getting spanked in the wallet.
> That's the only place a corporation has pain receptors.
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