[ntp:questions] Re: Clock accuracy & auto setting : digital television does a crap job of providing time services...

You have no need to know anjahnoaoed at fl.net.invalid
Mon Apr 24 00:21:10 UTC 2006

Abandoning the right to remain silent, Marc Brett at Sun, 23 Apr 2006
17:46:26 +0100 said:

> On Sun, 23 Apr 2006 12:03:23 GMT, You have no need to know
> <anjahnoaoed at fl.net.invalid> wrote:
>>Immoral sounds good to me. If you can point me in the direction of an LF
>>receiver that works in Australia I might reconsider.
> At your service:
> http://tufi.alphalink.com.au/time/time_lf.html
> "I'd thought you would be interested to know that my SEIKO world global
> radio wave control radio, purchased in Japan very recently, is receiving
> (but not every day) a signal here in Perth WA showing JPW (i.e. Japan
> West), namely JJY 60 kHz!  The angle of the clock can affect reception
> (and some times I see it cycling through the British, German, Japanese and
> US stations without result, so it must be a very weak signal).   I set it
> at -1 hour and it shows deadly accurate time Perth WA time!"

7921 Km from Perth to Tokyo
7826 Km from Sydney to Tokyo but a much more RF noisy environment.

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