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    Re: Radio Clock or Internet GMT - which should I believe?
    From: Zvi Doron
    Date: 2012 Mar 3, 20:49 +0000
    Hello Lu and thanks for your reply and for the link to time.gov
    I am in the UK and have been using http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/ which I
    now realise is probably not an official website. I do not know if we have a
    British equivalent to time.gov and will search later.
    The radio clock is brand new - I loaded it with batteries yesterday and left
    it for an hour and when I came back it adjusted itself so was updated within
    the previous hour.
    I still think that Wi Fi adds variability - I will try the same on my PC
    which connects to the router with a cable.
    I am not familiar with WWV or CHU = are they radio broadcasts? I have a good
    radio that could receive short, long and all other waves. Do you know the
    frequency for that?
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