[HCDX]: Radio-clock inside radios?
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[HCDX]: Radio-clock inside radios?

does anybody know why companies producing communication receivers do not
build radio-controlled clocks inside the receivers? It came on my mind again
while adjusting a clock at my AOR AR7030 which is a fine receiver (and
expensive too), but its clock is more or less inaccurate. I use a separate
radio controlled clock staying near the receiver because I often need to
know exact time on seconds. I think I would spare this clock if I had a
similar one inside my receiver.

Is maybe a possible interference the problem?
Or different time stations frequencies around the world?
Is there any reliable sourse of exact time (via radio) in Asia - a similar
one like DCF-77 here in Europe?

We have members of this list spread around the world - can everybody use a
radio controlled clock? (Am I too much optimistic?)  :-)

Thanks and GOOD DX,

Karel Honzik
the Czech Republic
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