RE: Time ticks on a computer

From: Paul Grace (paulgrace@lookoutranch.com)
Date: Thu Nov 10 2011 - 04:10:19 UTC

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    For the most part, phones use network time, not GPS time, so that might not
    work.
    Of course a small shortwave radio would be close.
    
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    Allen Thomson
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    Subject: Re: Time ticks on a computer
    
    
    
    From: JAY RESPLER <JRespler@superlink.net>
    
    > Can you recommend a program for a Windows XP computer that has a voice
    to announce the time every minute and sound a tick every second, similar to
    WWV/CHU ?
    
    Actually, now that the question is asked, are there any GPS- or
    radio-synchronized speaking clocks?  Or a phone app?
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