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An atomic clock is usually set by adjusting the desired time zone then allowing it to synchronize with the signal from radio station WWVB, which broadcasts the time of the atomically controlled clock. WWVB, established b... More »

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Two of the most accurate online clocks that keep real time are available at Time.gov and Time.is. Both of these clocks are synchronized to Greenwich Mean Time for absolute precision. More »

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The U.S. Naval Observatory and the National Institute of Standards and Technology cooperate to determine a standard world time called Coordinated Universal Time, which can be viewed on time.gov. Other websites such as ti... More »

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The instructions to initially set the time on an Atomix clock include setting the indicators of the time zone and the daylight saving time. Also, place the clock at a location that makes catching WWVB radio signals easy ... More »

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The Sharp SPC900 clock has a radio-controlled function that automatically synchronizes the time from an atomic clock in Fort Collins, Colorado. However, if it is not possible to synchronize with the atomic clock, the tim... More »

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The instructions for the Bedol water clock are to fill both the clock's chambers with tap water so that the level is between the minimum and maximum lines, and set the time using the mode and set buttons on the front. Th... More »

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