Word clock with linear display of seconds includes modes for digital clock, analogue clock, temperature and humidity, plus three games.
Project tutorial by oliverb
Using 2 ATmega328s, this clock displays and decodes the DCF77 signal using 150 LEDs and 4x 7-segment display modules on a 12" (305mm) dial.
I wanted an electro-mechanical Grandfather clock that did not require winding and correcting every week but maintained its antiquity.
I like your analogue dials!
May be worth trying the super filter as it really does decode very bad signals. It will just take a bit longer on the initial decode.
Thanks Wilfried people often ask me where to get the clock receivers. My previous suppliers does not stock them anymore.
Hi you will need both Arduinos for this project due to the processing power for the super filter and also the number of pins required for all the inputs and outputs.
It's prob not the simplest DCF77 clock out there. Have a look at my main site here http://www.brettoliver.org.uk/ there are loads of DCF77 clocks ranging from easy to difficult.
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