An experiment concerning the broadcasting of time and frequency information from geostationary satellites is discussed. Included are discussions on satellite motion, time delay, Doppler shift, and delay calculations. Ground station requirements, time recovery techniques, and timing resolution and accuracy are also included. Delay computation aids for the user were designed to provide free space delays between the master clock and the user. Measurements made in North and South America demonstrated a timing resolution of about 10 μs and an accuracy of 25 μs.