ANDREWBACKUS at msn.com
Sat Aug 11 19:31:15 EDT 2018
To answer Dana's question, there are many projects on the web (as Tom has pointed out), but very few, think, will answer the question in total.
For the DYI person, I think a GPS module from Adafruit, an Arduino, and a down-and-dirty little transmitter like mine or the one in Tom's second link will do the trick. Writing the software will be fun (beginning with simply counting the PPS from the GPS).
> I wonder if anybody will market a GPS-to-WWVB translator?
You can find lots of these projects on the web: in the time-nuts archives, eevblog, hackaday, or sometimes completed multi-band kits (WWVB / DCF77 / JJY) on eBay.
Search for a couple of words like signal wwvb simulator generator translator emulator transmitter
An example of a well engineered product (no longer available?) is: https://unusualelectronics.co.uk/products/chronvertor/
An example of a quick hack (open source) is: https://hackaday.com/2014/03/22/build-your-own-radio-clock-transmitter/
There are dozens more.
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