For the longest time, I never needed any time sync software. I could just switch Apple time locations and it would be right on the money. But once I upgraded a while back (I forget whether it was Big Sur or the one before), I couldn’t stay synced being out well over one second. That’s when I installed chrony control and haven’t had a problem since.
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On May 16, 2022, at 1:16 PM, Mike Chace-Ortiz <mchaceortiz@...> wrote:
I’ve done nothing other than rely on the standard time sync (System Preferences->Date & Time) and set “Set date and time automatically" using the default service (time.apple.com <http://time.apple.com/>) on all my machines to be within 0.1 or 0.2 seconds of what time.is <http://time.is/> reports.
You don’t need software if you are already at less than that!
On May 15, 2022, at 11:11 PM, Gary Rogers <cgaryrogers190@...> wrote:
I use ChronyControl on my MacBook Pro:
On May 15, 2022, at 2:59 PM, Bud WB2AUV <wb2auvski@...> wrote:Using time.is <http://time.is/> <http://time.is/> shows computer time to be within .049 sec.Is there a program I can install to make the MAC auto adjust to time?
On May 15, 2022, at 1:57 PM, Michael Black via groups.io <mdblack98@...> wrote:
Check to make sure your clock is accurate
On Sunday, May 15, 2022, 12:47:59 PM CDT, Bud WB2AUV <wb2auvski@...> wrote:
I am running FT8 with an ICOM 7300 an a Mac computer. After opening WSJTX, I am able to receive calls, but when I try a QSO, no one responds to repeated calls. I am sending up to 30W. I can see incoming signals on my waterfall. Where do I set transmit frequency? What is my problem?