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HP-41 GPS Module - True or fiction?
11-06-2016, 07:43 PM
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RE: HP-41 GPS Module - True or fiction?
There's no shortage of small capable GPS units, like this little one:


To quote the vendor

The GP-735 is a slim, ultra-high performance, easy to use GPS smart antenna receiver. With -162dBm tracking sensitivity and only 29 second cold start time, the GP735 is a tiny, yet powerful, piece of tech. The slim design makes it ideal for applications where you don’t have a lot of space to work in. Really it’s quite small.

At 35 x 8 x 6.5 mm, this can tolerate a 6V supply, but its TTL serial port has a 3.3V interface. Perhaps a battery-powered unit could be attached to the 41CL serial port using a proper level translator IC. Sort of an ultimate Time Module Smile

Now if only something like this could be squeezed into a tall module case!

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RE: HP-41 GPS Module - True or fiction? - mfleming - 11-06-2016 07:43 PM

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