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SubjectRe: DCF77 driver available

On Mon, 10 Aug 1998, Maximilian Rixius wrote:

> My hardware is very simple and cheap; it just demodulates the signal and
> feeds it to a joystick button input. The joystick button register is
> sampled with each timer tick and written to a ringbuffer.

Great :) Is a schematic of the hardware available somewhere? If not,
can you send me a copy?

> The buffer is
> examined and converted to readable output just like that of "date" each
> time /proc/dcf77 is read.

Maybe the conversion shouldn't be part of the kernel... it could just
output a time_t that you can convert to whatever you want in user space.


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