[TESTED]: GPS on Pandora

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  1. HelenF

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    OK, I'd be interested to hear if you find anything!

    Also, the Power Out is default 2.8V in SuperZaxxon - did it need changed? or maybe it's 3V in RISC OS?
     
  2. Raik

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    It was more a "beagle-side-project" not a big one and not for the Pandora at first. So it is not really documented.
    Have find any old "hand notes". I use UART3_RX in my test solution. TX I not use.
    Have wrote something like "peak-stable < 3V" but I have not note where I find this information.
    I note a 2,68V peak for a very small time. I have not noted why I use the 3,3V PIN to power the GPS breakout. Normally it is a output PIN.
    The peak I have confirm yesterday.
    Pan_GPS_osz2.jpg
    Most of the time the voltage is 1,12V
    Pan_GPS_osz1.jpg
    More informations I not have, sorry.

    But it works for me, intern and extern ;)
     
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  3. Raik

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    All parts ready, I think...

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  4. Raik

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    Have updated the English and the German site.
    Is not ready but I fix any bugs and I add any information.
     
  5. Raik

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    Have "play around" with my "gps solution" in RISC OS...

    Amaturenbrett.jpg Sitz.jpg
    Is working.
    Have record a track with SatNav and take it to RISC OSM...
    Route.jpg
    ... Now I use SatNav and RiscOSM with this track to drive at home... any screenshots...
    Glienick.jpg WeSchlStr.jpg
    ... not a real navigation but an orientation ;-)
    For geocaching it works fine ;)
     
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    Good job, looks real neatly done, you should sell those :D
     
  7. Raik

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    Is hobby. Nobody will pay a real price and for nothing I will not work. ;)
    I can offer the 3D printed stuff for a "self cost price"+postage... but it take some time, because it is hobby... a never ending circle ;)
     
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