Working on WWVB receiver

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Posted by w0ep on February 24, 2020 at 7:18 pm

[Saturday’s run: 5 miles (to the Casey’s store); today’s run 30 minutes on the treadmill]

We had beautiful weather over the weekend which made Saturday’s run very enjoyable. Maybe someday soon spring will arrive.

I’ve been spending quite a bit of time on the weekends working on my WWVB clock. I have it working pretty well!

There are two forms of information modulation on the WWVB signal. One is encoded in the amplitude of the signal, the other is in phase-shifts (BPSK). My work so far has yielded a working system based on the amplitude modulation. I hope to continue on and get the BPSK figured out also.

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