I2C GPS Module with NMEA decoding
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I2C GPS Module with NMEA decoding

David Johnson-Davies designed a GPS module that decodes the NMEA sentences on ATtiny841, and this also runs the I2C slave routine. He writes: This is a compact GPS module with an I2C interface, making it easy to read the GPS parameters from another project without needing to worry...

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Tiny GNSS module by STMicroelectronics supports GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and BeiDou
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Tiny GNSS module by STMicroelectronics supports GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and BeiDou

STMicroelectronics lunched the first GNSS module (Global Navigation Satellite System) with the name Teseo-LIV3F. The module is interesting because it contains some cool features. The GNSS module supports GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, QZSS and also BeiDou.  The dimension of module is 9.7 x...

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Lynq – The Tracking Device that Requires No Connectivity and Works Without CellPhone
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Lynq – The Tracking Device that Requires No Connectivity and Works Without CellPhone

Have you ever been to a concert with no way to find the friends you were supposed to meet, seems like things could not get worse but there is no signal and Google map is not working (even when it does, it won't pinpoint where they are)? Yes, I know a lot of people can relate to this...

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2018 Will Mark A Milestone in GNSS Technology with 30-centimeter Accuracy
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2018 Will Mark A Milestone in GNSS Technology with 30-centimeter Accuracy

You’re in a crowded street with many high buildings around you and you find your car position on Google maps is wrong. That’s usual, right? This is caused from (fake/distorted) GPS signals reflected from the high buildings around you which make your GPS receiver do some wrong...

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Meet Spritzer, Sony New Arduino
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Meet Spritzer, Sony New Arduino

Sony has recently launched one of its new products, Spritzer! Spritzer is an Arduino-compatible board for IoT applications that has built-in GPS, audio codec, and low power consumption. While it is Arduino-compatible, the board allows any developer to easily start app development using...

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Sonnet Off-Grid Device, The Smartphone Walkie-Talkie
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Sonnet Off-Grid Device, The Smartphone Walkie-Talkie

At Sonnet Labs, a group of avid outdoor enthusiasts aim to democratize mobile communication with technologies that enable smartphones to send text messages, image data, and GPS locations without Internet connectivity, cellular coverage, or satellite reception. No need for cellular grid...

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SubPos – Wifi enabled Positioning System
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SubPos – Wifi enabled Positioning System

A "dataless" Wi-Fi positioning system that can be used anywhere GPS can't. Blecky @ hackaday.io writes: The SubPos Wi-Fi Positioning System is an indoor positioning system that can be used in various environments such as metro lines, shopping malls, carparks, art galleries or even...

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GPS tracking with an MSP430F5510 over GPRS
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GPS tracking with an MSP430F5510 over GPRS

Bluehash over at 43oh.com writes: I found a tiny gem while browsing Github for MSP430 projects. This one is a GPS tracker based on a MSP430F5510 with a GPRS cellular connection for reporting and command input. The GPS is a FGPMMOPA6H from GlobalTop and the GPRS module is a SIM900...

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