The WAVE button will temporarily stop a WWVB search, but will not permanent stop the clock from receiving a WWVB time signal.
How does a wave clock work?
WWVB broadcasts on a frequency of 60 kHz. Your radio controlled clock actually has a miniature radio receiver inside, which is permanently tuned to receive the 60 kHz signal. … These bits are generated at WWVB by raising and lowering the power of the signal.
What is Wave on Radio Controlled Clock?
Radio controlled: the time is permanently adjusted permanently by radio waves from the Atomic Clock in Mainflingen. High accuracy: 1 second maximum difference in 1 million years.
Why is my atomic clock not working?
Try powering down the clock (unplug it or remove the batteries), then turn it on again to see if it synchronizes. If the clock uses batteries, check them and replace if necessary. If the radio controlled clock is a desk top unit, try rotating it 90 degrees.
Why is my atomic clock spinning?
Hands may spin if the battery is under powered or over powered. Daylight Saving Time: The National Institute of Standards and Technology and WWVB encode a special DST “bit” in the WWVB transmission for DST. If you live in an area that does not recognize DST, you must slide the DST switch OFF.
Will an atomic clock set itself?
Atomic clocks set themselves and automatically adjust for daylight saving time (DST) to provide the most accurate timekeeping standard possible.
Why does my radio controlled clock show the wrong time?
Try rotating the clock. Most radio-controlled clocks have an internal antenna that picks up the signal most effectively when it is facing directly towards or away from Anthorn. Some clocks have a signal strength indication that helps in finding the best reception. Try moving your clock to a different location.
How can I listen to WWV?
The audio portions of the WWV and WWVH broadcasts can also be heard by telephone. To hear these broadcasts, dial (303) 499-7111 for WWV (Colorado), and (808) 335-4363 for WWVH (Hawaii). Callers are disconnected after 2 minutes.