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    Re: Online WWV time?
    From: John Kabel
    Date: 2001 Oct 24, 12:23 PM

    I have used the Dimension 4 software, which queries one of several time
    services NTP servers on a schedule set by the user.  The SW updates your
    PC clock, and is safe, compatible with Windows 98SE, doesn't interfere
    with other programs, and very reliable.  Go to:
    for a free download.
    Yves Arrouye wrote:
    > I am looking for an online broadcast of WWV time? Anybody knows if there is
    > one? (And what its offset with the true broadcast would be.) Alternatively,
    > what are reliable sources of time broadcast on the Web?
    > YA
    > PS: A subsidiary question is: has anybody used NTP (the Network Time
    > Protocol) with success to get a good clock for navigation on a laptop, for
    > example? It should work well I believe.

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