NIST Would Like to Hear From You

Organization is conducting a Time and Frequency User Survey, and asks RW readers to take part
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The author is manager of National Institute of Standards and Technology radio stations WWV, WWVH and WWVB.

The NIST Time and Frequency Division is conducting a survey so we can learn more about our users, and to find out how we can make our services more useful in the future.

The NIST services include WWV, WWVH, and WWVB, which provide reference time and frequency signals by radio, the Internet Time Service, which provides accurate time synchronization to computer systems, and several other services that provide accurate time information via telephone or web pages. If you use any of these services, we want to hear from you!

The survey should take just a few minutes to complete, and your input will be greatly appreciated.

To complete the survey, visit:

John Lowe
Ft. Collins, Colo.


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Radio From a Kit

Just wanted to say thank you for Robert Kegerreis' great story about "Bootleg 1610" (RW, Jan. 1). It brought back many memories about my first AM transmitter.