Hal when I was building de-psk-ers and such I have to say I did not see the
imbalance. It looked pretty solid in timing.
The fact that at each minute for the first number of seconds the phase is
actually fixed just before the preamble is useful.
It clears out any possible buildup if it existed.
Also unless I used a number of tricks like de-psk-rs and fixed carrier
insertion none of my spectracoms. True Times would decode time. I am east
cost US so quite far away from wwvb. I believe simple tricks by others far
closer actually do work.
On Fri, Apr 13, 2018 at 5:26 PM, Hal Murray <hmur...@megapathdsl.net> wrote:
> The month recently changed from 3 to 4. A while ago, the bottom digit of
> year changed from 8 to 7. I think the out-of-phase time is shorter for a
> than for a 1. Would a few more 0 bits be enough to push it into sync?
> Is there "goodness" parameter that you can monitor? It might be
> to see if that correlates with day, hour, minute encoding?
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