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Using the Radio Data System (RDS) (continued)
To set the internal clock by the RDS time signal
You can set the internal clock using the RDS time signal (RDS CT data). This is useful because the internal clock is set automatically from the time signal sent by an RDS station. Before setting, select either 24-hour or 12-hour display as shown on page 22.
Advanced Features Using the Radio Data System (RDS) -
When the CLOCK button is pressed whilst the RDS time is displayed, the internal clock is displayed followed by the RDS clock. With this feature, you can compare the time shown. If you have not yet set the clock display mode, "CLOCK" will appear. Whilst "NO CT" or "CT" is displayed, the internal clock cannot be set. If the signal from a station is weak or noisy, you may not be able to set the internal clock.
Tune in to an RDS station (when its name is displayed).
Note for clock-time and date mode:
When the DISPLAY button is pressed repeatedly to select CT, the data (DayMonth-Year) will be displayed for 3 seconds, and then the RDS clock time display will appear. The RDS clock time appears with "RDS", so that you will know it is not the internal clock time.
Press the DISPLAY button to select CT.
(Example: 11:56 on July 30, 2002)
If you tune in to an RDS station which is not sending clock-time and date (CT data) and you select CT, "NO CT" will be displayed. If you are not receiving CT data, even though you are tuned into an RDS station, "CT" will be displayed. The CT data is sent at the top of each minute. If an RDS signal is weak or noisy, the clock time may be displayed as "- -" (hyphens) or it may not be displayed correctly. You must check the clock's accuracy because the RDS time signal (CT data) may not be correct, depending on the station. The data normally changes at midnight, Greenwich Mean Time (G.M.T.), not local time.
For 3 seconds
RDS clock time
Whilst RDS time is displayed, hold down the CLOCK button for at least 3 seconds.
"RDS TIME" and "WAITING" will appear alternately. (They will appear in less than 60 seconds.)
After the internal clock has been set, "COMPLETE" will flash for 3 seconds. Then the updated time will be displayed.
Press the CLOCK button to check whether the internal clock is displaying the same time as the RDS clock.