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[TowerTalk] Better PC Timekeeper

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Subject: [TowerTalk] Better PC Timekeeper
From: seay@Alaska.NET (Jan & Del Seay)
Date: Sun, 26 Apr 1998 18:34:58 +0100

> From: bob puharic <>
> To: Jim Reid <>
> Cc: Jan & Del Seay <seay@Alaska.NET>;; Towertalk
> Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Better PC Timekeeper
To: <>
> Date: Sunday, April 26, 1998 6:51 PM
Same result I have.   BUT - is it the NIST clock in error, or is it as
I suspect, the PC? The second time on the display has to have
a propagation error, but  that much?  Dunno.
de KL7HF

> >
> > And the display,  after a moment or so,  will compare your computer
> > clock to the NIST Java web  clock
> yeah i KNOW this ain't world shaking...but since we are discussing time,
> thought i'd play around..
> i went to this page (thanks for pointing it out; USNO apparently doesnt
> the public to do this anymore) but noticed the NIST clock was anywhere
> 2-10 secs off! the obvious question is answered by the fact my radio is
> to WWV and both it and my computer clock show the same time...

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