[FOSS-GPS] Raw Data from NEO-6M

Scott Harrison scott at sharrison.net
Thu Jun 12 05:44:29 PDT 2014


There seem to be several examples for Arduino online.  Here is a better one.

On Thu, Jun 12, 2014 at 8:25 AM, Scott Harrison <scott at sharrison.net> wrote:

> seabass,
> Yes you can. In fact I did a little work on a similar problem a short
> while ago but I am traveling now and haven't got back to it.  In my case, I
> was writing a desktop app to configure the uBlox module in linux via a
> serial connection (or FTDI usb to serial).  I don't use Windows much and
> was getting tired of switching operating systems to run uBlox.  I have
> attached a small Arduino Project sample file I found on Saintsmart earlier.
>  You should be able to get the example running with a few tweaks.
> Good luck.
> On Thu, Jun 12, 2014 at 1:55 AM, seabass <seabasscropper at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Scott,
>> I have been playing around with a Ublox Neo 6m receiver, and i have been
>> using the UbloxRaw codes to enable Raw and SFRB messages.
>> I'm wondering if anyone has got these codes working outside of U-Centre,
>> do
>> you think it is possible to send these messages via Arduino?
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