gllin and gpsd
shawn.t.rutledge at gmail.com
Mon Dec 17 20:01:07 CET 2007
BTW if you have the phone connected over USB, you can access the gpsd
remotely too. This would enable you to develop GPS apps on the PC. I
was running "xgps moko" yesterday to see the plot of satellite
positions and signal strengths.
Can anybody confirm that the jack in the side of the phone is for a
GPS antenna, or something else? (Bluetooth maybe?) I tried
connecting a GPS antenna there and it didn't seem to make any
difference in signal strength. But my understanding is that GPS
antennae have built-in LNAs and therefore require 5V "phantom power"
to be sent over the coax.
More information about the openmoko-devel