Re: Moscow time signals

From: Peter Wakelin (
Date: Wed Dec 28 2005 - 06:32:19 EST

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    In message <007001c60b9c$71a2b490$eba3bd50@ddff4v7gu5yyk3>, David
    Brierley <> writes
    >Does anyone know why the Moscow time signals on 4.996 MHz are so faint these 
    >days, and those on 9.996 MHz rarely audible at all in the British Midlands?
    David, I think you should check out your receiver/antenna.  RWM signals
    are coming through very strongly most of night on 4.996MHz at present
    though I move up to 9.996MHz towards dawn.
    >Happy New Year to all!  Before then, enjoy the extra second of 2005!
    At the risk of incurring the wrath of analysts I'm contemplating trying
    for a CCD observation of a geostationary satellite during the leap
    second, weather and alcohol content permitting.
    Happy New Year everyone.
    Peter Wakelin
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