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MSF time signal

The MSF time signal is a broadcast from Rugby, England based on time standards maintained by the British National Physical Laboratory. The transmitted signal has an ERP of 15 kW, on a frequency of 60 kHz, the same frequency used by WWVB.

MSF is a radio callsign, and not an abbreviation. 'M' is one of the prefixes allocated to the United Kingdom, and the letters 'SF' were randomly allocated.

See also: BPM, CHU, DCF77, VNG, WWV, YTVO

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