[time-nuts] time-nuts Digest, Vol 167, Issue 23

Jeff Woolsey jlw at jlw.com
Mon Jun 18 23:57:48 EDT 2018


>
> Others have done similar with a Raspberry Pi and display for very much
> less cost.  There are several examples described on personal pages if
> you search.  

Indeed.  I did that with a 240-volt German-labelled ELV DCF7000 I found
at weirdstuff.  The Pi generates baseband DCF77 timecode for it.  It's
also an NTP server, so the display is acccurate.

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