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Subject: Re: Radio Shack WWV Clock
From: barry lotz gbl@.......
Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 19:56:14 -0800

   What I did was to use Larry's interface schematic #2 with the 74HC14.  I
didn't use the led though. The only wires going to the clock display were to
DCF  and ground. I used the wire pair from a trashed set of head phones. They
were fine and fit thru the antenna hole. I connected DCF to pin #1 of the
74hc14 . I left the batteries in. I use the diodes to knock the 5 vts to 3.8 as
Larry shows.

Rick Bitto wrote:

> Several months ago, I purchased a Radio Shack WWV clock with the intent of
> sacrificing it to obtain timing signals for Larry's A-to-D board.
> Unfortunately, I've grown fond of the device - it is the only clock in the
> house that's accurate! (No one can set the clock 10 or 15 minutes early so
> they can get to work/school on time)
> Has anyone fed the timing signal back into the display?  If so, could you
> provide some details?
> I also just received my JDR Microdevices catalog and they are selling a WWV
> receiver kit for $34.99.  Does anyone have experience with this kit?
> TIA,
> Rick Bitto
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