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1999\01\13@091513 by Javier

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Has anybody used this IC4s or similar for GPS, any hints would help !!

ST's GPS (Global Positioning by Satellite) chipset is made up of a radio
frequency front end, the STB5600, and the ST20GP1 which is a dedicated
micro-controller.

Thanks to its innovative architecture, STB5600 requires a minimum of
external components and the combination of a very low cost oscillator (no
TCXO required) resulting in even greater cost savings.

As a result of internal level converters, the STB5600 is able to drive CMOS
microcontrollers such as the ST20GP1 directly.

Thanks
Javier

1999\01\13@111721 by James R. Hall

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as long as it has a standard NMEA output then
I don't see why you couldn't, since you can read
it using a standard serial port...

    -James, N9XLC
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    -certified NERD
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1999\01\13@120242 by Alvaro Deibe

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?Where can I find NMEA information?

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Date: miércoles, 13 de enero de 1999 17:31
Subject: Re: GPS info


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>>microcontrollers such as the ST20GP1 directly.
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>>Thanks
>>Javier
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1999\01\14@023439 by Lee Jones

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>>> Has anybody used this IC4s or similar for GPS, any hints would help !!

>> as long as it has a standard NMEA output then I don't see why you
>> couldn't, since you can read it using a standard serial port...

> ?Where can I find NMEA information?

NMEA is National Marine Electronics Association (or similar).
See http://www.nmea.org.  They got into this due to involvement
with the interfaces to navigation equipment.  They appear to be
located in New Bern, North Carolina, USA.

As far as I know, NMEA standards are for sale _only_ as printed
materials.  They do not publish them on their web site.  They
do have a prominent copyright notice.  And they do have ordering
instructions on their site.

GPS interfaces are mostly NMEA 0183 standard (serial, 4800 baud).

NMEA 0183 is currently version 2.30 dated March 1998.  It is $60
to NMEA members and $125 to non-members.  They'll happily mail you
a copy upon receipt of a check or your credit card information.

                                               Lee Jones

1999\01\14@065854 by James R. Hall

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yeah, except that one of the top www sites I got back after searching
for gps and nmea on http://www.snap.com has a bunch of reference texts

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1999\01\14@171951 by WIL REEDER
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I have some rudimentary info ie: pinouts & protocol with a basic program to
read it. If this will help mail me off the list & I will attach it to your
mail 270k gif file


Wil Reeder
RemoveMEteachtechTakeThisOuTspambc.sympatico.ca
Vancouver,Canada
Faster horses, younger women, older wiskey, and more money!

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| From: Lee Jones <spamBeGoneleespamBeGonespamFRUMBLE.CLAREMONT.EDU>
| To: TakeThisOuTPICLISTEraseMEspamspam_OUTMITVMA.MIT.EDU
| Subject: Re: GPS info
| Date: Wednesday, January 13, 1999 11:31 PM
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| >>> Has anybody used this IC4s or similar for GPS, any hints would help
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| >> as long as it has a standard NMEA output then I don't see why you
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