GPS NMEA sentences over serial port
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Thu Aug 13 11:35:11 CEST 2009
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On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 02:44:50PM +0530, RANJAN wrote:
> You want to connect the FR to laptop using a USB-serial converter,
> ok. FR doesn't have a serial port so it implies you'll connect the
> converter to FR via USB and to laptop via RS232 (because it's the only
> common serial standard used on laptops except for USB but you imply
> it's not usb, so it must be RS232). That's exactly the diagram i asked
> you about and you said i misunderstood you...
> Yep,now since we have the hardware diagram right.So coming to software part doea
> FSOgpsd provide an NMEA output?I have used pyserial for serial communication
> (works great),so using pyserial ,I have not tried socat though.And I think I
> need to use two USB to serial converter (one for the laptop and one for the FR)
> and have the both the USB to serial converters paired up.
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