DS-GPM.S 56 Channel GPS Shield for Arduino or Raspberry Pi

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About this product

Overview

  • Highly integrated Global Positioning System allowing your robotic application to determine its location on the earth’s surface
  • I2C interface for simple connection to Arduino or Raspberry Pi
  • Give your robot the ability to know where it is, how fast its moving and in what direction

Product overview

• Highly integrated Global Positioning System allowing your robotic application to determine its location on the earth’s surface
• I2C interface for simple connection to Arduino or Raspberry Pi
• Give your robot the ability to know where it is, how fast its moving and in what direction
• Fast 56-channel position acquisition with battery backup for fast < 1 second hot start and < 30 second warm start
• Integral low power antenna

The Designer Systems DS-GPM.S is a highly integrated Global Positioning System allowing your robotic application to determine its location on the earth’s surface. Specifically targeted at the Arduino UNO board user [all other Arduino boards supported] and the Raspberry Pi the GPM.S features high speed I2C communication for easy project integration.

Is this shield compatible with the Arduino M0 Pro ?

Asked by: Jason M
Specifically targeted at the Arduino UNO board user [all other Arduino boards supported]
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-04-22

Does this GPD module have an external antenna?
Asked by: Kevin Egan
I&rsquo;m afraid not.
Answered by: NG
Date published: 2015-07-17
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