> Hi all. I hope someone can help me.
> I'm looking for an inexpensive dual time zone clock to keep next to my
> radios and can't seem to find a good one anywhere.
> Could be a wall*** analog gig or a desktop digital. I have no real
> preference other than I need something that'll keep time in UTC and in my
> time zone. An atomic, radio controlled number would be nice, but not
> necessary. Anyone have suggestions?
> Thanks in advance,
If you have a puter or laptop near the radio, you might wanna look
into this. I've used it for over 12 years....Works great, less
filling...Good for watching grey lines, etc for any part of the world.
You can download a free working version in either DOS or windows. If
you pay, you can get a load of extra maps. I like to use the one of
Texas, and watch the sun creep across the land. It's pretty accurate.
Gives you as many time zones as you wanna punch in..They are next to
whatever city you choose for that zone. Also shows sunrise,set,
distances, etc. It's a cool program for an oldie...MK
BTW, for you solar inclined...I just noticed ole Sol just belched a X
Look for a quiver in the force. MK