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Hi there,

I live in Greece...and it seems that i can't recieve the signal coming from Germany to autoadjust the time...:-s

Can something be done about this ?

I have the GW-9200 (Riseman)..
 

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Well, if what you have is the G-9200, then there's nothing any of us can do since that model is not capable of atomic reception at all. The GW-9200 is the atomic model.

If what you have is the GW-9200, you should set Athens (ATH) as your default time zone in timekeeping mode. Auto Receive should also be enabled. If that fails, try setting your World Time mode to either London (LON) or Berlin (BER).
 

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Really sorry...it is the GW-9200 (riseman).

If someone can change/correct the topic, i whould apreciate it.
 

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Has your Riseman successfully received a signal before, or never at all?

Apart from the right settings on the watch, you also need ideal atmospheric conditions and a good location i.e. away from buildings, power lines, mountains or hills that could block the signal.
 

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Has your Riseman successfully received a signal before, or never at all?

Apart from the right settings on the watch, you also need ideal atmospheric conditions and a good location i.e. away from buildings, power lines, mountains or hills that could block the signal.
Its says that it did on 14/1, i supose it was in Athens then..i am located about 300km (in a straight line) to the north.

Ideal atmospheric conditions, might be difficult at this point of time with a propagation as low as that ! I know about conditions, because i am a hamradio operator.
 

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Time of day is also a factor in signal reception. The best times to sync your watch are between midnight and 6am.
 

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Thank you. Due to the frequencie of the station...i might be difficult to do so, everynight.
 
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