[time-nuts] Chinese Time Station
wb6bnq at cox.net
Fri Aug 29 19:45:23 EDT 2008
You're right there are two US stations on the HF band, WWV and WWVH. I was
generically referring to them both. Although in my mind I did not really think
of WWVH per se. In either case neither WWV or WWVH were not there in any
Bill Hawkins wrote:
> I wonder why you didn't mention WWVH in Hawaii. Same frequencies as WWV,
> same schedule, but the voice is female. Heard it here in Minnesota
> years ago on a Lavoie time receiver with vacuum tubes. The set had a 2"
> CRT drawing a circular trace at 10 MHz and intensity modulated with the
> carrier signal. Normally half the circle is bright. When WWV and WWVH
> alternated, the bright half shifted about 180 degrees.
> Bill Hawkins
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