Tag Archives: WWV

ARRL frequency measuring test

The ARRL puts on a frequency measuring contest every 6 months, whereby a full-carrier signal is transmitted on a particular frequency for a few minutes on different amateur radio bands.  Your goal is to measure the frequency of the signal as accurately as possible, preferably within 1 Hertz. Continue reading


First post: All WWV frequencies in 35 seconds

I plan to start posting regular listening logs soon, but I’ve been traveling and have had some other stuff going on.  As a teaser, here is something neat regarding time signal station WWV out of Fort Collins, Colorado (and WWVH out of the island of Kauai, which I often hear underneath the main WWV signal and sometimes as strong as WWV). Continue reading