Who sends the 10 Hertz signal

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ATA

10 MHzGreater Kailash, New Delhi, India @ N28 ° 32'45.334 "E77 ° 14'14.867"ATA is a time signal broadcast in Greater Kailash, New Delhi, India. The frequency of 10 MHz is sent continuously. Technical specifications: Second pulses of 5 cycles of 1 kHz modulation. Minute impulses have a duration of 100 ms. The time signals precede UTC by 50 ms. NPL Indiaswitched off since 2000

BPM

2.5, 5.0, 10.0, and 15.0 MHz Pucheng County, Shaanxi, China at 34 ° 56'55.96? N 109 ° 32'34.93?BPM is a time signal used in Pucheng, China. The spectrum of frequencies includes 2.5, 5, 10 and 15 MHz, which are transmitted according to the UTC schedule at 7.30 to 1 hour, continuously (5 and 10 MHz) and from 1 hour to 9 am. Technical specifications: The signals are emitted 20 ms before UTC. Second impulses of 10 ms duration with a 1 kHz modulation. Minute impulses of 300 ms duration with a 1 kHz modulation. UTC time signals are transmitted from minute 0 to 55 for 10 minutes each with a 5 minute break in between. UT1 time signals are sent from minutes 25 to 29 and 55 to 59. BPM websiteOK

BSF

5 and 15 MHzChung-Li, Taiwan, Rep. Of China at 24 ° 57'N, 121 ° 09'EBSF is a time signal transmitter in Chung-Li Taiwan Rep. Of China. It uses two frequencies: 5 and 15 MHz. In contrast to the first, the latter runs with an interruption from the 35th to the 40th minute. Technical specifications: In 5 minute cycles with a 5 minute pause from minute 5, the second pulse has a duration of 5 ms with a 1 kHz modulation. The 1 kHz modulation is interrupted 40 ms before and after the pulse. Minute impulses are extended to a duration of 300 ms. DUT1: ITU-R code through pulse lengthening. BSF websiteOK

CHU

3330 kHz, 7850 kHz, 14670 kHzOttawa, Ontario, Canada at 45 ° 18'N 75 ° 45'WCHU is a time signal transmitter used in Ottawa, Canada. It is based on three different frequencies: 3330, 7850 and 14670 kHz which are all operated continuously. Technical specifications: Second pulses of 300 cycles of a 1 kHz modulation of which the 29th and 51st to 59th pulse are omitted. Minute impulses are 0.5 seconds long. Hourly pulses are skipped for one second with the following first through tenth pulses. A bilingual time announcement (UTC) is made every minute following the 50th second impulse. FSK code (300 bps, Bell 103) after 10 cycles of 1 kHz modulation of the seconds 31 to 39th year, DUT1, leap second information, TAI-UTC and Canadian summer time format on the 31st and the time code on 32-39. The broadcast is a single sideband, the upper sideband with the backing in place. DUT1: ITU-R code by double pulse. Time Services of Institute for National Measurement StandardsOK

EBC

6840 kHzSan Fernando, Cádiz, Spain, 36 ° 28'N 6 ° 12'WEBC is a time signal transmitter located in San Fernando, Spain. It transmits with a frequency of 15.006 MHz from 10h to 10h25m and with 4998 from 10h30m to 10h55m. Exceptions are Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays. Technical specifications: Second impulses 0.1sl duration of a 1 kHz modulation. Minute impulses with a half-second duration of a 1.25 kHz modulation. DUT1: ITU-R code by double pulse. n / A.OK

HBG

75 kHzPrangins, Switzerland, 46 ° 24'N 6 ° 15'E HBG is a time signal transmitter and has its origin in Prangins, Switzerland. It is sent continuously at a frequency of 75 kHz. Technical specifications: At the beginning of every second (except for the 59th) the carrier is interrupted for the duration of a tenth or fifth of a second corresponding to a binary of 0 or 1 or a double pulse every minute. The number of the minute of the day of the month and day of the week, month and year are encoded in BCD and sent from the 21st to the 58th second. The time signals are generated by the Swiss Federal Office of Metrology and Accreditation in accordance with the valid time in Switzerland: UTC (CH) +1 (CET) or +2 (CEST). In addition, CET and CEST are indicated by binary 1 at the 17th or 18th second. Metas websiteswitched off

HLA

5 MHzTaedok, Science Town, Rep. Of Korea, 36 ° 23'N 127 ° 22'EHLA is a time signal transmitter and is used in Taedok, the science city in the Republic of Korea. It continuously transmits a frequency of 5 MHz. Technical specifications: 9 cycle pulses of 1.8 kHz modulation. The 29th and 59th second pulses are omitted. The hour is identified by a 0.8s long 1.5 kHz low tone. Voice announcements of the hour and minute are carried out every minute, following the 52nd second impulse. The BCD time code is carried out on a 100 Hz subcarrier. DUT1: ITU-R code by double pulse. Time and Frequency Laboratory Korea Research Institute
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I AM

5 MHzRoma, Italy, 41 ° 47'N 12 ° 27'EIAM is a time signal transmitter based in Rome, Italy. It uses the 5 MHz frequency and is broadcast from 7:30 am to 8:30 am and from 10:30 am to 11:30 am. Exceptions are Sundays and national holidays. Technical specifications: second pulses of 5 cycles of 1 kHz modulation, minute pulses of 20 cycles. Voice announcements every 15 minutes starting at 0h00m. DUT1: ITU-R code by double pulse. n / A.OK

JJY

40 kHzMiyakoji, Fukushima, Japan at 37 ° 22'N 140 ° 51'EJJY is a time signal transmitter with its origin in Miyakoji, Fukushima, Japan and transmits continuously at a frequency of 40 kHz. Technical specifications: A1B type 0.2s, 0.5s and 0.8s second pulses, intervals are given by reducing the amplitude of the carrier. Coded announcements of hour, minute, anniversary, year and weekday and leap second. The time sent refers to UTC (CRL) + 9 h. Japan Standard Time websiteOK

JJY-60

60 kHzFukuoka Prefecture, Japan at 33? 27'56 "N 130? 10'32" EHagane-yama LF Standard Time and Frequency Transmission Station (NICT) Antenna Power: 50kW (antenna efficiency: approx. 45%) Radio Wave Mode: A1B Carrier frequency: 60kHzJapan Standard Time websiteOK

LOL

5, 10 and 15 MHzBuenos Aires, Argentina at 34 ° 37'S 58 ° 21'WLOL is a time signal transmitter based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It uses three different frequencies: 5, 10 and 15 MHz, the last two being sent irregularly. The signals are sent every hour with a three-hour break in between, starting at 11 a.m. Technical specifications: Second pulses of 5 cycles of a 1 kHz modulation, the 59th second is omitted, the hour and minute are given every 5 minutes, followed by 3 minutes of 1000 Hz or 440 Hz modulation. DUT1: ITU-R code by extension. Hora Oficial por RadiotelefoníaOK

MSF

60 kHzAnthorn, United Kingdom at 52 ° 22'N 1 ° 11'WMSF is a time signal transmitter in Anthorn, Great Britain, which is broadcast continuously at a frequency of 60 kHz, with the exception of maintenance interruptions from 10 am to 2 pm on the first Tuesday of January, April, July and October. A longer maintenance break is announced annually during the summer. Technical specifications: Carrier interruptions of 100 ms for the second pulses and 500 ms for the minute pulses. The time signal is sent at the beginning of the interruption. BCD NRZ code, 1bit / s (year, month, day of the month, day of the week, hour and minute) from second 17 to 59 every minute, following the second break, DUT1: ITU code by double pulse. NPL websiteOK

RAB-99

25 kHzKhabarovsk, Russia at 48 ° 30'N 134 ° 50'ERAB-99 is a time signal transmitter and is used in Khabarovsk, Russia. It transmits at a frequency of 25 kHz and has a winter schedule: 02 h 06 m to 02 h 20 m, 06 h 06 m to 06 h 20 m and summer schedule: 01 h 06 m to 01 h 20 m, 05 h 06 m to 05 h 20 m Technical specifications: A1N signals are sent between 9 and 20 m. 0.025 second pulses with a duration of 12.5 ms are sent between 9 and 11 and 0.1 second pulses with a duration of 25 ms, 10 second pulses with a duration of 1 s, 0.1 second pulses with a duration of 25 ms and minute pulses with a duration of 10 s are sent between minutes 11 and 20. n / A.OK

RBU

66.6 kHzMoscow, Russia at 55 ° 44'N 38 ° 12'ERBU is a time signal transmitter and is used in Moscow, Russia. It is sent continuously at a frequency of 66.6 kHz. Technical specifications: 0.1 s signals of type DXXXW. The number of the minute, hour, day of the month and day of the week, month and year of the century, difference between universal time and local time, TJD and DUT1 + dUT1 are sent every minute from the first to the 59th second. DUT1 + dUT1: by double pulse. not knownOK

RJH-63

25 kHzKrasnodar, Russia, at 44 ° 46'N 39 ° 34'ERJH-63 is a time signal transmitter and is used in Krasnodar, Russia. It transmits with a frequency of 25 kHz and exactly the RBU has a specific winter schedule: 11 h 06 m to 11 h 20 m and summer schedule: 10 h 06 m to 10 h 20 m. Technical specifications: A1N signals are between 9 and 20 m Posted. 0.025 second pulses with a duration of 12.5 ms are sent between 9 and 11 and 0.1 second pulses with a duration of 25 ms, 10 second pulses with a duration of 1 s, 0.1 second pulses with a duration of 25 ms and minute pulses with a duration of 10 s are sent between minutes 11 and 20. not knownOK

RJH-69

25 kHzMolodechno, Belarus at 54 ° 28'N 26 ° 47'ERJH-69 is a time signal from Molodechno, Belarus. It transmits at a frequency of 25 kHz according to the following schedule: in winter: 07 h 06 m to 07 h 22 m and in summer: 06 h 06 m to 6 h 22 m. Technical specifications: Signals of the type AN1 are switched between the minutes 10 and 22 sent: 0.025 second impulses with 12.5 ms duration are sent between minutes 10 and 13, second impulses with 0.1 s duration, 10 second impulses with 1 s duration, 0.1 second impulses with 25 ms and minute impulses with 10 s duration are sent between the Minutes 13 and 22 sent. not knownOK

RJH-77

25 kHzArkhangelsk, Russia at 64 ° 22'N 41 ° 35'ERJH-77 is a time signal transmitter and is used in Arkhangelsk, Russia. It transmits at a frequency of 25 kHz with a winter schedule: 09 h 06 m to 09 h 22 m and summer schedule: 08 h 06 m to 08 h 22 m. Technical specifications: Type AN1 signals are sent between minutes 10 and 22: 0.025 second pulses with 12.5 ms duration are sent between minutes 10 and 13, second pulses with 0.1 s duration, 10 second pulses with 1 s duration, 0.1 second pulses with 25 ms and minute pulses with 10 s duration are sent between minutes 13 and 22 . n / AOK

RJH-86

25 kHzBishkek, Kirgizstan, at 43 ° 03'N 73 ° 37'ERJH-86 is a time signal transmitter and is used in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. It transmits at a constant frequency of 25 kHz in the winter plan: 04 h 06 m to 04 h 22 m 10 h 06 m to 10 h 22 m and in the summer plan: 03 h 06 m to 03 h 22 m, 09 h 06 m to 09 h 22 m. Technical specifications: Type AN1 signals are sent between minutes 10 and 22: 0.025 second pulses with 12.5 ms duration are sent between minutes 10 and 13, second pulses with 0.1 s duration, 10 second pulses with 1 s duration, 0.1 second impulses with 25 ms and minute impulses with 10 s duration are sent between minutes 13 and 22. not knownOK

RJH-90

25 kHzNizhni, Novgorod, Russia at 56 ° 11'N 43 ° 57'E RJH-90 is a time signal transmitter and is used in Nizhni, Novgorod, Russia. It transmits at a frequency of 25 kHz according to the winter plan: 05 h 06 m to 05 h 22 m and summer plan: 04 h 06 m to 04 h 22 m. Technical specifications: Type AN1 signals are sent between minutes 10 and 22: 0.025 Second impulses with a duration of 12.5 ms are sent between minutes 10 and 13, second impulses with 0.1 s duration, 10 second impulses with 1 s duration, 0.1 second impulses with 25 ms and minute impulses with 10 s duration are sent between minutes 13 and 22. not knownOK

RTZ

50 kHzIrkutsk, Russia at 52 ° 26'N 103 ° 41'ERTZ is a time signal transmitter and is used in Irkutsk, Russia. It transmits with a constant frequency of 50 kHz according to the winter plan: 22 h 00 m to 24 h 00 m 00 h 00 m to 21 h 00 m and summer plan: 21 h 00 m to 24 h 00 m, 00 h 00 m to 20 h 00 m. Technical specifications: Second impulses of the type A1X with a duration of 0.1 s are sent between minutes 0 and 5. The impulses at the beginning of the minute are lengthened by 0.5s. 0.1 second impulses of the type A1N with a duration of 0.02 s are sent every 59 minutes. The impulses at the beginning of the second are lengthened by 40 ms and from the minute to 0.5 s. DUT1 + dUT1: by double pulse. not knownOK

RWM

4.996 MHz, 9.996 MHz, 14.996 MHzMoscow, Russia at 55 ° 44'N 38 ° 12'ERWM is a time signal transmitter and is used in Moscow, Russia. The station works simultaneously with three frequencies: 4.996, 9.996, 14.996 MHz. Technical specifications: Second impulses of type A1X with a duration of 0.1s are sent between minutes 10 and 20, 40 and 50. The impulses at the beginning of the minute are lengthened by 0.5s. 0.1s second impulses of the type A1N with a duration of 0.02s are sent between the minutes 20 and 30. The impulses at the beginning of the second are lengthened by 40 ms and from the minute to 0.5 ms. DUT1 + dUT1: by double pulse. not knownOK

TDF

162 kHzAllouis, France at 47 ° 10'N 2 ° 12'ETDF is a time signal transmitter and is used in Allouis, France. It transmits continuously, except on Tuesdays from 1h to 5h, with a frequency of 162 kHz. Technical specifications: Phase modulation of the carrier from +1 and -1 rd in 0.1s every second up to the 59th second every minute. This modulation is to be indicated twice, by binary 1. The numbers of the minute, hour, day of the month, day of the week, month and year are sent every minute from the 21st to the 58th second, in accordance with the valid French time scale. In addition, a binary 1 in the 17th second indicates that the local time is 2 hours before UTC (CEST), a binary in the 18th second indicates that the local time is 1 hour before UTC (CET), a binary 1 in the 14th second indicates that the current day is a public holiday. A binary 1 in the 13th second indicates that the current day is a day before a public holiday. SYRTE websiteOK

VNG

2.5 MHz, 5 MHz, 8.638 MHz, 12.984 MHzLlandilo, New South Wales, Australia at 33 ° 43'S 150 ° 48'EVNG is a time signal transmitter and is used in Llandilo, New South Wales, Australia. The frequencies 2.5, 5, 8.638, 12.984 MHz are sent constantly. The 16 MHz frequency is only used from 10pm to 10am. Technical specifications: Second impulses of 50ms of a 1 kHz modulation. Second impulses from 55 to 58 of 5ms of a 1 kHz modulation. Second pulses in 59 are omitted. Minute impulses of 0.5s of a 1 kHz modulation. During minutes 5, 10.15, ... second impulses from 50 to 58 are 5 ms long with a modulation of 1 kHz. The BCD time code, which indicates the day of the year, hour and minute to the next minute, is activated between seconds 20 and 46. Voice announcements on 2500, 5000 and 16000 kHz during minutes 15, 30, 45 and 60. Morse code identification on 8638 and 12984 kHz during minutes 15, 30, 45 and 60. DUT1: ITU-R code by double pulse. VNG PDFsuspended

WWVH

2.5 MHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 15 MHzKauai, Hawai, USA at 21 ° 59'N 159 ° 46'WWWVH is a time signal transmitter and broadcasts from Kauai, HI, USA. The frequencies 2.5, 5, 10 and 15 MHz are sent continuously. Technical specifications: pulses of 6 cycles of 1200 Hz modulation. The 29th and 59th second pulses are omitted. The hour is identified by a 0.8 second long 1500 Hz high tone. The beginning of each minute is identified by high tones of 1200 Hz for 0.8 seconds. DUT1: ITU-R code by double pulses. BCD time code is given by 100 Hz subcarrier with inclusive DUT1 correction. WWVH website at NISTOK

WWVB

60 kHzFort Collins, Colorado, USA 40 ° 41 'N, 105 ° 02' WWWVB is a time signal that is broadcast by NIST in Fort Collins, Colorado together with WWV, similar to DCF77 in Germany by PTB. Radio clocks in North America can be synchronized with this signal. WWVB transmits a constant 60 kHz carrier signal, which is synchronized by several atomic clocks of the NIST. A one-bit-per-second time signal is modulated onto the carrier using the pulse-width method. WWVB website at NISTOK

WWV

2.5 MHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 15 MHz and 20 MHzFort Collins, Colorado, USA at 40 ° 41 'N, 105 ° 02' WWWV is the broadcasting symbol of the NIST shortwave transmitter in Fort Collins, Colorado. WWV broadcasts the official North American time. The station transmits on five frequencies: 2.5 MHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 15 MHz and 20 MHz. The carrier frequency and the time signals are provided by the atomic clocks of the NIST. WWV works in tandem with WWVH, which broadcasts from Hawaii, and WWVB, the long wave broadcaster based in Fort Collins, Colorado. WWV website at NISTOK

YVTO

5 MHzCaracas, Venezuela at 10 ° 30'N 66 ° 56'WYVTO is a time signal transmitter and is used in Caracas, Venezuela. The frequency of 5 MHz is sent continuously. Technical specifications: Second impulses with 1 kHz modulation and a duration of 0.1 s. The minute is identified by a 800 Hz high tone with a duration of 0.5 s. The 30th second is skipped. A voice announcement with the station identification is carried out between seconds 40 and 50 of every minute. Between seconds 52 and 57 of each minute, voice prompts of the hour, minute and second are sent. QSL Entry of YVTOOK