[time-nuts] How did they distribute time in the old days?

Mark Sims holrum at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 14 11:35:22 EDT 2015

A friend of mine built a clock that they used to time-sync a lot of those stations.  It was basically a nice OCXO built into an ammunition can.  They flew it to various stations around the world.   One particular trip to sync the stations in the mid-east was particularly interesting...  ammo cans,  wires, batteries, sketchy looking electronics with counting displays,  clueless security goons...  lotsa fun ensued.
> World wide seismology took off in the early 1970s as background for nuclear
> underground non-testing treaties.  Both the US and the USSR had to be sure
> they could detect the opponents tests and distinguish tests from earthquakes.
>   We had seismic stations scattered around the globe. 		 	   		  

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