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Wireless Atomic Weather Station

Written by Nicholas Kamuda
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For consumers who are looking for consistency, accuracy, and atomic power to back it up, a wireless atomic weather station may be the answer. These powerful devices measure and record in-depth information about the weather in your neighborhood, not weather 10 miles away at the local TV station. On top of that, regular calibration to national standards insures flawless data every time.

Though wireless atomic weather stations don't run on atomic power (would you really want nuclear reactions in your kitchen?), they are in constant communication with the national atomic clock. The massive antenna array outside of Fort Collins in Colorado in constantly broadcasting a 60 kHz signal of the most accurate time in the country, and wireless atomic weather stations receive that signal every day, every hour, every minute.

Other Strengths of a Wireless Atomic Weather Station

Besides synchronicity, atomic weather stations have all the advantages of other digital weather stations. Manufactured by leading companies, they are made with the latest microprocessor technology and sensory equipment. They are easy to install, easy to maintain, and easy to use.

Home weather station technology has changed dramatically over the last few years. More and more consumers are utilizing the Internet and computer connectivity to record their data and help build a huge database of worldwide weather. Whether its scientific or strictly recreational, climatology and meteorology have become popular pastimes across the country.


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