Is this change to DST going to give me a problem with Waveceptor?

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    Is this change to DST going to give me a problem with Waveceptor?

    Just wondering whether the time change is made from the stored program or the information received from NIST.

    Harvey

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    Hi Harvey,

    Welcome to our forum. The DST signal is broadcasted by NIST:



    Cheers,

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    Re: Is this change to DST going to give me a problem with Waveceptor?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors
    Hi Harvey,

    Welcome to our forum. The DST signal is broadcasted by NIST:



    Cheers,

    Sjors
    So because of the change to the dates next year, should I turn off the DST control in my GW300 and just let the Waveceptor deal with things?

    Harvey

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