I've posted this to project guidance because I'm not sure if there's another more specific section it should go in. I've ordered and finally received a WWVB receiver module from "Canaduino". I ordered this on Amazon, but I believe the seller is affiliated with this Canada-based company. Anyway, a card in the package directed me to go to Universal-solder.ca to find code examples for this module but unfortunately I have not found any. They have a forum that I have not yet attempted to sift through and it looks pretty vacant anyway. I sent an email to the company asking if they had any example code for the module to get me started but unfortunately, they're "Closed for vacation" until July 26th.
Searching the internet I have found a few examples, but I'm not sure if they will work with the specific module I have or not and have not yet had a chance to try anything out. I'm hoping somebody here might have an idea where I can start. Obviously there are plenty of Arduino friendly time-keeping solutions available, but I stumbled across this one while digging up some information for another project that I have since solved and thought it would be a great opportunity to learn how to make use of another technology.
Here's a link to the device I have: WWVB MFS JJY60 Atomic clock receiver module
This receives the 60kHz signal from WWVB in Colorado. I have read a bit about how this works and I'm excited to implement it and see if I can get it working. It includes the large ferite loopstick antenna. As small as this board is, I imagine there's not much filtering being done and I am certain I'm going to have trouble with that where I'm located but I'd like to give it a shot anyway. I've already confirmed I get good copy of the 60kHz station with my Icom HF transceiver and can USUALLY also pick it up using my much older Knight Star-Roamer, which is a superheterodyne tube receiver. It is also using a large loopstick antenna, but obviously a bit more sophisticated (I'm assuming) than the few components on this little board.
So does anybody have any code that I could use to get started? The only related threads I've found here are read only and have gathered significant e-dust, but I'm willing to try them out if it's all there is. Just hoping to find something before the Canadians get back to me at the end of the month.
Thanks in advance, let me know if I've left anything out that would help formulate better input.