Tag Archives: Apple Mac

UTC clock for macOS

As radio amateurs, time is important to us and Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), often called Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is the most important. We log our QSOs in UTC, (ideally) we give net times in UTC and our clocks need … Continue reading

Posted in Amateur radio, Data, FT8, JT65, JT9, WSPR | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Accurate time keeping on an Apple Mac running macOS Mojave

When running data modes such as the very popular FT8, it’s important to keep your computer clock accurate because if it’s more than a couple of seconds out then you won’t be able to decode anyone, they won’t be able … Continue reading

Posted in Amateur radio, Apple Mac, FT8, How to ..., JT65, WSPR | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Accurate time keeping on an Apple Mac or Raspberry Pi for WSPR/JT65/JT9/FT8

If you use any of the data modes for QSOs such as JT65, JT9, or FT8 or if you operate using WSPR then you’ll know how important it is that your computer clock is accurate.  Anything more than a couple … Continue reading

Posted in Amateur radio, Apple Mac, FT8, How to ..., JT65, JT9, Raspberry Pi, WSPR | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

com.apple.bird/session/g

This is one of the very few non amateur radio related items on this site.  I’m posting it because it’s a useful tip and I hope that it will assist fellow Mac users. I noticed about three years ago that … Continue reading

Posted in Apple Mac, How to ..., Not amateur radio | Tagged , | 2 Comments