ES100 (WWVBClock)

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The ES100 is a fully self-contained phase modulation time code receiver that receives and decodes the 60 kHz time signal from the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s WWVB transmitter located in Ft. Collins, Colorado, USA. It contains a digital correlation receiver to extract the time code information from the received signal. It also has a simple serial interface to transfer the date, time, and DST information to a host microcontroller. The ES100 is compatible with existing WWVB receive antennas and offers significantly improved performance in low signal-to-noise and low signal-to-interference scenarios when compared to amplitude modulation receivers.

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