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Atomic Weather Stations

Written by Nicholas Kamuda
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Atomic weather stations are a powerful way to take a step into the world of weather. Manufactured by some of today's top names in home weather station equipment, they are compact, fully featured, and always in sync. Whether you're running a household or a business, having weather station data on hand when you need it can help you plan successfully for all manner of events.

Contrary to what is indicated by their name, atomic weather stations are not run by tiny nuclear reactions in your living room. Rather, wireless weather stations are sometimes called atomic weather stations because they are synced up to the National Institute of Standards and Technology's atomic clock. They receive a signal from the NIST antenna at Fort Collins Colorado, insuring consistent and accurate data year round.

Atomic weather stations also receive constant updates from their companion remote sensory devices. These sensor suites, placed anywhere around your house, constantly transmit weather data to the station inside, updating the base station as often as every two and a half seconds. Whether it is temperature data, humidity data, the UV index, or even leaf moisture data, you can be assured the information displayed is current and accurate.

Atomic Weather Stations and Other Radio-Calibrated Products

La Crosse Technology is one of the prime makers of radio-controlled timepieces and weather stations in the United States today. Besides manufacturing quality wealth products, they also have a full of radio controlled watches and portable alarm clocks. Using a timepiece that is calibrated to the atomic standard can help insure that you'll never miss a date again.


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