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Hi!

I don't know where the best place for announcements is, so I'll do it here: I created a first version of a library to read the german DCF77 signal. This signal is broadcasted over almost all europe and allows you to receive the official german time.

Read more in this post:

http://gonium.net/md/2006/11/05/arduino-dcf77-radio-clock-receiver/

-Mathias
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Yep, this is place for these sorts of announcements.  Sounds like a cool library.  I'll try to test it out when I'm in Germany later this month.  

You might also consider linking to your tutorial from the Arduino playground wiki: http://www.arduino.cc/playground/
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The version 0.2 is out, basically fixing the things left out in the first release. I integrated interrupt handling and error checking - you can get the code here:

http://gonium.net/md/2007/01/06/arduino-dcf77-v02-released/

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