The network time server acts as a stand-alone SNTP server.
All computers on its local network can synchronise its system time with the network at any time.
The time server itself is permanently synchronised via the long wave time signal sent by the DCF77 transmitter in Mainflingen, Germany. This signal is generated from one of the most precise atomic clocks in the world. It is controlled by the Physically-Technical Federal Institution in Brunswick, Germany and deviates by less than one second in 300,000 years. If the time signal reception is ever lost or in the event of a power cut, the time server will automatically take over the timing via an integrated battery-buffered Quartz clock, and automatically returns to DCF77 mode once the reception has been restored.
Your complete network will always have a highly accurate system time.
Drivers for Win98, Win ME, Win2000, XP, 2003/2008/2012 Server
This clock gets its time signal and date from the DCF77 transmitter in Mainflingen.
Normal reception of this signal is possible without any issues within a radius of 1,500 km.
Whether standard or daylight saving time, this radio clock always has the right time!
Caution: Important information:according to PTB, a test operation has just started on the DCF-77 sender which from now on sends weather data continuously in the first 14 bits of the sent data. Since these bits 1 to 14 are for all intents and purposes never identical as was previously the case, almost no synchronisation takes place between PC time with the WinClock software up to version v4.2 on this radio clock.
Please download the latest WinClick software under "Drivers". After doing so, everything should work perfectly again.