1A10.45 - WWV Signal
Put a battery into the WWV unit and connect to an amplifier and speaker if louder audio is needed. Select the desired WWV wave band. For our purposes, WWV 10 works pretty well.
- John E. Beaver, "The Speed of Light with a Short-Wave Radio", TPT, Vol. 38, # 3, March 2000, p. 172.
- James B. Rafert, "WWV Time on Your Microcomputer", AJP, Vol. 55, #4, April 1987, p. 378.
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