Then does that mean since we are at the bottom end of the 11 year
cycle that are reception could get better as we start on the up
I can't recall having ever seen the WWVB Icon, I don't even remember
seeing it on my initial start up when the Console was acquiring the
time signal. I guess it could pop up now and then without my seeing
It would be interesting to see if our reception improves during the
latest rapidly growing Sun Spot!!
> It could very well be atmospheric conditions. Different weather
> conditions produce longer or shorter "skip" in the path between
you and the
> transmitter, making certain times of the day, certain times of the
> certain sun spot activity cycles and certain weather events. This
> cause a station you could not receive under normal circumstances
> come in fine for a while. Not sure how long it will last, but
> NOT being able to receive it may have been the extraordinary.
> There _is_ a sunspot that has grown larger in the past day or
two. Keep an
> eye on http://www.spaceweather.com/ and see if there is a
> between sunspot activity and your ability to sync up.
> On 3/30/06, Jeffrey C. Le Doux <jefcled@...> wrote:
> > WUHU,
> > I have finally seen the radio icon on my WS 2308 console. I do
> > why it has finally appeared, or why it has not been seen before
> > there it is. Maybe you can explain that to me. I have not
> > console, nor have I opened the windows on the west side of the
> > only change is in the weather with a barometric pressure of
> > Anybody got any ideas out there.
> > Jeff L.
> > The Wilton Weather Guy
> > KMEWILTO1
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