Paul Theodoropoulos paul at anastrophe.com
Tue Jul 31 20:08:40 UTC 2018

Scratch that. Remember: Always websearch first. Always websearch first. 
Always websearch first. ;)

tl;dr: WWVB is great for wall clocks - literal wall clocks. It's too 
unstable for computer use, for the most part. It'd be a curiousity to 
build, but not a reference to use.

On 7/31/18 12:18, Paul Theodoropoulos wrote:
> I ran across this:
> http://a.co/7iIS21N - Canaduino WWVB 60kHz NIST Atomic Clock Receiver 
> w/antenna
> Which has PPS output.
> Would there be any value in attempting to get this working on a Raspi 
> as a clock source? Or is the nature of a radio signal from well more 
> than a thousand miles away from me too prone to fluctuations due to 
> atmospheric conditions, interference, etc - compared to my existing 
> GPS based timeserver? It's cheap enough that I might give it a whirl 
> regardless, just to see if I could do it.
> -- 
> Paul Theodoropoulos
> www.anastrophe.com
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Paul Theodoropoulos

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