At 05:51 PM 4/26/98 +0000, bob puharic wrote:
>Jim Reid wrote go to:
>> And the display, after a moment or so, will compare your computer
>> clock to the NIST Java web clock
>i went to this page (thanks for pointing it out; USNO apparently doesnt allow
>the public to do this anymore) but noticed the NIST clock was anywhere from
>2-10 secs off! the obvious question is answered by the fact my radio is tuned
>to WWV and both it and my computer clock show the same time...
Have no idea what is going on in your computer, Bob. Are you using the
latest versions of either MSIE or Netscape? They have the correct Java code.
I ma looking at the site right now on the other computer, and it is in
agreement with WWVH not more than 15 miles from my QTH, as reading
out right now on my Heath Most Accurate Clock (syn'd to WWVH).
You computer should not be reading out the NISC clock with several seconds
error unless your Java code is not up to date.
73, Jim, KH7M
On the Garden Island of Kauai
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