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Electronic communications are established so that a master timekeeper transmits a synchronizing signal at the same time to all clocks. This can be done over a hardwired network or with a more modern wireless system. The distinctions in distance from the master to each clock are so small that the timing countered is minimal. The synchronization system keeps all pupils and staff on time for the set events of the day, yet there are also non-scheduled occasions as well as notifications that schools need to introduce. The enduring method of achieving this is to make use of a public address (PA) system. To operate it, a manager (or assigned pupil) talks right into a microphone that is attached (with cables or wirelessly) to an audio speaker in every class on university. The speakers can be allowed from another location via the synchronization system, and also auxiliary tools such as tone generators is usually integrated into the system. This setup keeps the speakers in sync, and the tones function as a caution that the news will start. We have now let you know the secret operations of college clocks.