When connected into a DX cluster you will receive WWV spots in real time. You can also query for past WWV spot information. The hour of each WWV spot is aligned with the publication times of: 00, 03, 06, 09, 12, 15, 18, or 21 in GMT. The scales used in WWV forecasts can be found at http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/Data/info/WWVdoc.html.
The SHow WWv command can be used to output the latest WWV spots. The default number of spots displayed can be set with the Set/WWV/Count command.
The Show/Wwv/nn command allows you to specify the number of WWV spots displayed.
show wwv 10
show wwv 30
The Show/WWV DTS command can be used to display announcement spots filtered by date-time stamp.
show/wwv dts>2011-12-11 03:04:55
show/wwv dts>2011-12-17 03:04:55 and dts<2011-12-18 03:04:55
The SHow WWv Options command is used to display the configuration of WWV spot options. The following options are displayed:
WWV/Count – The default number of displayed WWV spots.
WWV/Output – The output mode for WWV spots. Valid modes are: Off, On. Normally set to On.
The following options can be set using the SET/WWV command:
Set/WWV/Count – Set the default number of displayed announce spots
Set/ WWV /Default – Sets WWV options back to their default factory settings.
Set/WWV/Output – Sets the output mode for announce spots. Valid modes are: Off, On.
The SEt WWv Count command is used to set the default number of spots displayed for real-time and past WWV spots.
Count – 10
Output – On
set wwv default
The SEt WWv Output command is used to set output mode for real-time WWV spots. Valid modes are: Off, On. Settings options are defined as:
Off – Turn off real-time WWV spots.
On – Display the normal user spot format. Default setting.
set wwv output on