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Re: [JT9digitalhams] Digest Number 116

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  • José Angel Amador
    Bob, You should look for some external sync source: WWVB, WWV, CHU, GPS or the Internet, and resync the computer s clock at least when you are going to start
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 28 10:50 AM
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      Bob,

      You should look for some external sync source: WWVB, WWV, CHU, GPS or
      the Internet, and resync the computer's clock at least when you are
      going to start operating JT9.

      That seems to be the least effort way and you would be using the same
      reference as everyone else.

      73,

      José, CO2JA


      On 27/03/2014 07:15 a.m., JT9digitalhams@yahoogroups.com wrote:
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      > 1. Mac Clock Accuracy
      > From: bobnobis
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      > 1. Mac Clock Accuracy
      > Posted by: N7RJN@... bobnobis
      > Date: Wed Mar 26, 2014 9:04 pm ((PDT))
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      > I am using a Mac mini to run JT9 and JT65 using WSJT-X. Operating system is OSX 10.9.2.
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      > I have been having trouble with my clock drifting by more than 0.5 seconds, and sometimes randomly over 2.0 seconds. Does anyone know how to stabilize the clock in a Mac. I have found programs for Windows based PCs, but nothing for a Mac with OSX.
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      > Thanks and 73,
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      > Bob - N7RJN
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