9 Degrees of Freedom module which integrated MEMS Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Barometer and GPS receiver in just 4x4cm.
These are the usable connectors where to plug this board using the factory default Linux image:
|Daisy connector||Serial device||I2C device|
On the FOX Board G20 is requested a Daisy-1 adapter to wire-up this boards.
This example simply gets the NMEA message from the /dev/ttyS4 serial port (available on FOX.D6 or TERRA.D10) and shows them on the console.
Run it by typing:
debarm:~/playground/python/daisy7# python getmsg.py NMEA messages received from GPS chip (type Ctrl-C to exit) 1: [$GPGGA,115609.085,4157.9279,N,01204.6836,E,1,10,0.8,20.6,M,48.9,M,,0000*6D] 2: [$GPGSA,A,3,09,12,15,29,17,25,27,04,02,14,,,1.4,0.8,1.2*3E] 3: [$GPGSV,3,1,11,12,72,325,41,09,64,115,52,27,53,121,44,25,37,272,49*7D] 4: [$GPGSV,3,2,11,14,31,308,44,02,21,117,38,04,20,078,35,29,17,205,51*78] 5: [$GPGSV,3,3,11,15,16,182,39,17,06,039,33,22,00,273,*47] 6: [$GPRMC,115609.085,A,4157.9279,N,01204.6836,E,000.0,041.6,170712,,,A*66] 7: [$GPVTG,041.6,T,,M,000.0,N,000.0,K,A*0E] 8: [$GPGGA,115610.085,4157.9279,N,01204.6836,E,1,10,0.8,20.6,M,48.9,M,,0000*65] 9: [$GPGSA,A,3,09,12,15,29,17,25,27,04,02,14,,,1.4,0.8,1.2*3E] ...
This example gets the NMEA message GGA - Global Positioning Systems Fix Data and shows the Latitute and Longitude value on the system console.
Run it by typing:
debarm:~/playground/python/daisy7# python coordinates.py Coordinates from GPS receiver (type Ctrl-C to exit) NMEA coordinates Latidute: 4157.9318 N Longitude: 01204.6904 E Google maps API 3 coordinates Latitude: 41.96553 Longitude: 12.0781733333 URL: https://maps.google.com/maps?q=41.965530,12.078173
Insert the URL value on your browser to see where the Daisy-7 is:
GPS active antenna with SMA male connector to use Daisy-7 add-on board.
20 cm ribbon cable with 10 wires compatible with the Acme Daisy Cabling System.
At least one of these cables is required to connect each Daisy module.
if you need different lengths please consider making your own the cable using the IDC socket JJ-02291-10P-F and the flat cable FC-3754-1M.
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