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This method was devised by Chesley Looney of NASA [55] and was first implemented by NBS to control the frequency of WWVL while it was located in Sunset, Colorado.
When the system was implemented in Fort Collins, the signals of both WWVL and WWVB were received and measured in Boulder.
In the first few years after WWVB and WWVL moved to Fort Collins, the new stations were routinely utilized by NBS personnel for scientific and research purposes.
Of course, WWVB, as well as its sister stations WWV, WWVH, and WWVL, were not transferred to ITSA.
The second antenna was the north antenna, which had been essentially unused since WWVL had gone off the air in 1972, except for a few instances when it was used as an emergency backup to the south antenna [32].
[32] New Facilities Dedicated for WWVB and WWVL, Nat.
Richardson, Establishment of New Facilities for WWVL and WWVB, Nat.
[43] NBS, Standard Frequency and Time Services of the National Bureau of Standards: Provided by Radio Stations WWV, WWVH, WWVB, & WWVL, Nat.
[47] NBS, NBS Standard Frequency and Time Services: Radio Stations WWV WWVH WWVB WWVL, Nat.
Viezbicke, NBS Frequency and Time Broadcast Services: Radio Stations WWV, WWVH, WWVB, and WWVL, Nat.