This development board is small enough to fit in your projects, yet very powerful. It is based on the new PIC18F47J53 micro , with 128k bytes of program space and 3.8k bytes of ram. It runs at 12 MIPS, and can operate USB 2.0 at high speed.
After getting delay after delay from the assembler company we chose, we decided to take matters into our own hands! Please pardon our wait, as we get our machines installed, and fine tuned. See our ABOUT page for more info. These will come with a USB interface, and come in a variety of flavors. PIC18F27J53, PIC18F25K20, PIC18F25K22, PIC18F2550, and PIC16F886. Specs - Compare here.
The EB-85A GPS engine module offers stunning performance. Its tiny package packs a lot of features too. It is very sensitive and can be configured for up to 5-Hz data updates. Let's just say that real-time GPS data just got a lot more real time!
The module has an integrated patch antenna. Its NMEA-0183 compatible serial output uses 2.8V TTL logic levels. If you need standard RS-232 levels (+/-12V) then the popular MAX232 family of RS-232 interface chips can be used.
Keep in mind that these modules are easily damaged by incorrect wiring or excessive voltage. Please use extreme care when installing them in your project.
5Hz max update rate
Selectable update rate from 1 to 5Hz
Selectable baud rate from 4800 to 115200bps
Support for DGPS, WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS
32 parallel channel receiver architecture
2.6m accuracy with DGPS
3.3 to 5V supply
59/42/33mA power consumption
2 NMEA serial ports
Battery backup pin
100mm cable included