Re: portable atomic clocks

From: Steven Rogers (srogers1@austin.rr.com)
Date: Wed Jan 17 2001 - 16:45:49 PST

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    Tom wrote:
    >Also, do any of you people from around the world have clock software in your
    >computer that checks the atomic clock time off the internet at a user
    >defined interval? Does a computer need a special "card" to go along with the
    >software that you have?
    
    My home computer does that - its built into MacOS. My work computer
    and laptop are PCs - I use a utility called Atom Time from
    http://www.atomtime.com - shareware, $25 I think. I rarely use
    it for satellite purposes except on my laptop where I have SatSpy
    loaded so I can run the realtime display and have it be *real*
    realtime.
    
    Steve
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    Steve Rogers
    @Outcome, Austin TX -- ICQ: 46340238 -- AIM: StevRocket
    
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