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  1. # GPS capability description file
  2. #
  3. # This file is Copyright (c) 2010 by the GPSD project
  4. # SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-2-clause
  5. #
  6. # Our apologies to all Unix hackers in advance for the grubby .INI syntax,
  7. # we're using it because the format has good cross-Unix support in Python.
  8. #
  9. # Each section may have the following capabilities
  10. #
  11. # type = "engine", "vendor", or "device"
  12. # date = date of submission
  13. # submitter = email of submitter, name may need quoting for RFC822
  14. # description = Human-readable description of this item
  15. # packaging = A device's form factor
  16. # techdoc = URL to technical documentation, or at least a spec sheet
  17. # vendor_site = URL of a vendor site
  18. # vendor = vendor name
  19. # eval_unit = Which GPSD devs have one for testing (list)
  20. # engine = GPS chipset (may reference another section)
  21. # subtype = engine subtype or firmware revision level
  22. # interfaces = interface types: USB, RS-232, Bluetooth, CF, TTL, CAN.
  23. # May be a list.
  24. # usbchip = USB I/O chipset
  25. # pps = supports pulse-per-second precision time reporting
  26. # pps_accuracy = claimed PPS accuracy
  27. # time_offset = NTP offset
  28. # configurable = can the device be bricked by speed changes?
  29. # tested = last gpsd tested, or "regression" if we have a test load
  30. # nmea = NMEA version this emits, if known
  31. # notes = Miscellaneous notes on this item. To be interpreted as HTML
  32. # rating = excellent, good, fair, poor, broken, other
  33. # discontinued = If True, product has been discontinued
  34. #
  35. # Capability strings:
  36. #
  37. # to_nmea = if present, how to switch to NMEA 0183 mode from native binary
  38. # to_native = if present, how to swith to native binary mode from NMEA
  39. # modeset = set protocol, baud rate, 8N1
  40. #
  41. # Inheritance
  42. #
  43. # To inherit capabilities from a specified section, name the section in
  44. # a "uses =" attribute. Use chains are followed recursively. An attribute
  45. # in a section overrides all attributes of the same name in all ancestor
  46. # sections.
  47. #
  48. # Certain escapes in capability strings are translated:
  49. #
  50. # %b - baud rate as ASCII numeral
  51. #
  52. # A string beginning with 0x is interpreted as a sequence of paired hex bytes,
  53. # leading 0x not included.
  54. #
  55. # Comment lines led with "#%" are vendor section marks to be used when
  56. # generating an HTML table from this file. Each should consist of a vendor
  57. # name.
  58. #
  59. # Further notes:
  60. # * In the packaging feld, a "GPS mouse" is a standalone sensor in a
  61. # display-less case designed be used as an outbard peripheral. An
  62. # "OEM module" is an un-cased circuit board with edge connectors; a
  63. # "chipset" is what it sounds like.
  64. # A "handset" is a standalone GPS with a display and human-usable
  65. # controls. A "handsfree" is a hands-free unit with display designed for
  66. # mounting on a car windshield or boat dash.
  67. # * In the rating field:
  68. # "excellent" - gpsd recognizes the GPS rapidly and reliably,
  69. # reports are complete and correct.
  70. # "good" -- gpsd has minor problems or lag recognizing the device,
  71. # but reports are complete and correct.
  72. # "fair" -- Reports have minor dropouts or problems, including occasional
  73. # transient nonsense values.
  74. # "poor" -- Reports frequently have values that are wrong or nonsense.
  75. # "broken" -- gpsd frequently fails to recognize the device at all.
  76. # "other -- See Technical Notes.
  77. #
  78. # Chipsets (alphabetical)
  79. #
  80. [ANTARIS]
  81. type = engine
  82. engine = ANTARIS
  83. nmea = 2.3
  84. rating = good
  85. techdoc = http://www.u-blox.com/products/tim_lp.html
  86. discontinued = True
  87. notes = The ANTARIS chipset has been end-of-lifed.
  88. [ANTARIS4]
  89. type = engine
  90. engine = ANTARIS4
  91. techdoc = http://www.u-blox.com/products/a4products.html
  92. nmea = 2.3
  93. rating = good
  94. notes = Sends 'E' in second field of GSA record, not an NMEA value.
  95. Actually sends '6' in the GGA rating record for dead-reckoning fixes.
  96. (This behavior reported on the 4H chipset.)
  97. logs = ublox-lea-4h.log, ublox-lea-4s.log, ublox-lea-4t.log
  98. [BD960]
  99. type = engine
  100. engine = BD960
  101. nmea = 3.0?
  102. tested = 2.39
  103. notes = Spec sheet says it emits GSV, AVR, RMC, HDT, VGK, VHD, GGLK, GGA, GSA,
  104. ZDA, VTG, GST, and PIT in NMEA mode. Many of these are nonstandard.
  105. Also says: "JK and Binary: Trimble GSOF". Other web sources say
  106. it has RTK capability.
  107. rating = good
  108. [FastraX iTrax03]
  109. type = engine
  110. techdoc = http://www.fastraxgps.com/products/gpsmodules/index.cfm?template=products.show.cfm&productGuid=4594da1a-503c-469c-91b2-6948043189be
  111. engine = FastraX iTrax03
  112. rating = good
  113. logs = com-1289.log
  114. notes = Start of fix cycle is RMC, end is GGA (GSVs may come after).
  115. [Garmin-Native]
  116. type = engine
  117. engine = Garmin
  118. description = There are several versions; the differences are not clear.
  119. techdoc = http://www.garmin.com/support/commProtocol.html
  120. rating = good
  121. [LEA-5H]
  122. type = engine
  123. engine = LEA-5H
  124. nmea = 2.3
  125. rating = good
  126. tested = 2.92
  127. notes = Appears not to have the ANTARIS4 GSA quirk.
  128. logs = ublox-lea-5h.log
  129. [LEA-6H]
  130. type = engine
  131. engine = LEA-6H
  132. nmea = 2.3
  133. rating = good
  134. tested = 3.9
  135. notes = Appears not to have the ANTARIS4 GSA quirk. Excellent indoors.
  136. [LEA-8H]
  137. type = engine
  138. engine = LEA-8H
  139. nmea = 2.3, 4.1
  140. rating = excellent
  141. tested = 3.15
  142. notes = Appears not to have the ANTARIS4 GSA quirk. Excellent indoors.
  143. logs = gr8013-w.log
  144. [MSB2122]
  145. type = engine
  146. engine = MSB2122
  147. nmea = 2.3
  148. rating = good
  149. techdoc = http://www.mstar-europe.com/products.php
  150. notes = Code-named "Poseidon 2", this appears to be a MIPS core. May
  151. ship with serious bugs that cause bogus fixes or hard crashes.
  152. [MT3339]
  153. type = engine
  154. nmea = 3.01
  155. engine = MT3339
  156. rating = good
  157. techdoc = http://www.adafruit.com/datasheets/PMTK_A11.pdf
  158. notes = 10Hz update.
  159. [MTK]
  160. type = engine
  161. nmea = 3.01
  162. engine = MTK
  163. rating = good
  164. techdoc = http://www.fastraxgps.cn/download/NMEA_manual_for_Fastrax_IT500_Series_GPS_receivers.pdf
  165. notes = We have seen two versions of this, the MTK3301 and MTK3329. The
  166. technical-documentation link describes the 3329, but we think the 3301
  167. is compatible for GPSD purposes.
  168. [Nemerix]
  169. type = engine
  170. engine = Nemerix
  171. nmea = 3.01
  172. rating = good
  173. notes = NemeriX has gone into liquidation as of Jan 2009). It's funny, they
  174. didn't understand why they should give me an unencumbered protocol
  175. techdoc.
  176. [NovAtel-L1]
  177. type = engine
  178. engine = NovAtel-L1
  179. techdoc = http://www.novatel.com/Documents/Manuals/om-20000086.pdf
  180. nmea = 2.20
  181. rating = good
  182. notes = Seems to be built around the Zarlink GP4020.
  183. [Pilot Plug]
  184. type = engine
  185. engine = Pilot Plug
  186. rating = good
  187. [SE4100L]
  188. type = engine
  189. nmea = 3.01
  190. rating = fair
  191. notes = Does not handle dates after the 10-bit GPS week rollover in 2019 well.
  192. logs = gp-320fw-2019-03-28.log, gp-320fw-2019-03-28.log-overflow, gp-320fw-2019-03-28.log-coldboot
  193. [SirfGeneric]
  194. type = engine
  195. description = Capabilities generic to all SiRF chips
  196. # Sets 4800 baud shipping GGA+GSA+GSV+RMC
  197. to_nmea = 0xa0a200188102010100000101050101010000000100010001000112c00000b0b3
  198. to_native = $PSRF100,0,%b,8,1,0 # Sets 8N1 with specified speed
  199. [SiRF-1]
  200. type = engine
  201. description = Version 1 of the SiRF GPS engine
  202. engine = SiRF-1
  203. nmea = 2.2
  204. uses = SirfGeneric
  205. tested = 2.34
  206. rating = good
  207. logs = ublox-sirf1.log
  208. notes = ublox-sirf1.log was made from a device with ublox firmware and
  209. may not be typical of SiRF-1 chips.
  210. [SiRF-2]
  211. type = engine
  212. description = Version 2 of the SiRF GPS engine
  213. engine = SiRF-2
  214. # Later versions may do 2.3
  215. nmea = 2.2
  216. uses = SirfGeneric
  217. tested = 2.37
  218. rating = good
  219. logs = bu303b-nofix.log, bu303-climbing.log, bu303-moving.log,
  220. bu303-nofix.log, bu303-stillfix.log, haicom-305N.log, holux-gm-210.log,
  221. pharos-360.log, tn200-all.log, tn200.log, tn204.log
  222. notes = The bu* logs are in native binary format; the Haicom, Holux, Pharos,
  223. and TripNav logs in NMEA. NMEA starts with GGA and ends with RMC. The
  224. tn204 NMEA looks remarkably like older Garmin cruft and may be emulating
  225. one, including the split reporting cycle.
  226. [SiRF-3]
  227. type = engine
  228. description = Version 3 of the SiRF GPS engine
  229. engine = SiRF-3
  230. nmea = 3.01
  231. uses = SirfGeneric
  232. rating = good
  233. logs = blumax-gps009.log, gpslim236.log, motorola-t805.log, rgm3800.log, et-332.log, tomtom-mkII.log
  234. notes = The Blumax log is in NMEA mode. Start of cycle is GGA, End of cycle
  235. is RMC. Some variants (like the Blumax) emit ZDA before GGA; others
  236. (like the GPSlim 1236, Motorola T805, RGM3800) do not.
  237. [SiRF-4]
  238. type = engine
  239. description = Version 4 of the SiRF GPS engine
  240. engine = SiRF-4
  241. nmea = 3.01
  242. uses = SirfGeneric
  243. rating = poor
  244. logs = bu353s4.log
  245. notes = Low power usage, but poor sensitivity and very long startup.
  246. Resets to 4800N1 every time it is unplugged. Has a tendency to freeze
  247. when switched from binary to NMEA mode (unplugging it fixes this).
  248. [SiRF-5]
  249. type = engine
  250. description = Version 5 of the SiRF (Sirfstar V) GPS engine
  251. engine = SiRF-5
  252. nmea = Unknown
  253. uses = SirfGeneric
  254. rating = bad
  255. logs = sirfstarv.log
  256. notes = Undocumented by Qualcomm, thus unsupported in binary mode by
  257. gpsd.
  258. [SiRF-TriG]
  259. type = engine
  260. description = Chinese variant of the SiRF GPS engine
  261. engine = SiRF-TriG
  262. nmea = 4.00
  263. uses = SirfGeneric
  264. #rating = poor
  265. logs = beidou-bd.log, beidou-gb.log
  266. notes = SiRF-IV variant produced for the Chinese market; it handles the
  267. Beidou and GLONASS constellations as well as US GPS. The main
  268. variant is described by the Chinese standard "Technical
  269. Specification of Communication Protocol for BDS Compatible
  270. Positioning Module" (TSCPB) and uses the talker ID BD. This
  271. standard is not available in English translation. There is a
  272. variant with closer NMEA 4.00 conformance that uses the talker
  273. ID GB.
  274. [Skytraq S2525F8-BD-RTK]
  275. type = engine
  276. description = RTK Receiver with cm accuracy
  277. engine = Skytraq Venus 8
  278. nmea = 3.01
  279. rating = good
  280. tested = 3.16
  281. logs = skytraq.log, skytraq-fix.log
  282. notes = Supports GPS, BDS, QZSS, and SBAS. Tracks 28 satellites.
  283. gpsd 3.17 has basic support for some Skytraq binary.
  284. Can take RTCM 3.0, 3.1, or raw data from a base station for up to
  285. cm accuracy.
  286. Measured CEP(50) with partial sky view of 1.9m.
  287. RTCM/RAW mode untested with gpsd.
  288. [Skytraq Venus 6]
  289. type = engine
  290. nmea = 3.01
  291. rating = good
  292. tested = 2.90
  293. [Sony CXD2951]
  294. type = engine
  295. techdoc = http://gpsd.googlecode.com/files/cxd2951-commands.pdf
  296. engine = Sony CXD2951
  297. rating = good
  298. [STA8088]
  299. type = engine
  300. nmea = 2.2
  301. rating = good
  302. tested = 3.7
  303. notes = From ST Microelectronics
  304. [Touchstone ASIC]
  305. type = engine
  306. engine = Touchstone ASIC
  307. rating = good
  308. techdoc = http://www.navcomtech.com/Products/GPS/Touchstone.cfm
  309. [uNav]
  310. type = engine
  311. engine = uN3010
  312. nmea = 3.01
  313. notes = uNav was acquired by Atheros in 2007. They have inherited
  314. one GPS product, now designated uN3010.
  315. rating = good
  316. [UBLOX M8030-KT]
  317. type = engine
  318. engine = M8030-KT
  319. rating = good
  320. tested = 3.14
  321. notes = Supports GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS and SBAS. a.k.a NEO-M8N
  322. logs = neo-m8n.log
  323. [UBLOX NEO-5Q]
  324. type = engine
  325. nmea = 2.3
  326. rating = good
  327. tested = 2.39
  328. notes = Supports WAAS.
  329. [Zodiac]
  330. type = engine
  331. engine = Zodiac
  332. nmea = 2.2
  333. tested = 2.0
  334. techdoc = http://www.gpskit.nl/downloads-en.htm
  335. notes = This chip was made by Rockwell International. It was
  336. also known as the Jupiter. It has been EOLed.
  337. rating = good
  338. logs = zodiac.log
  339. #
  340. # Vendors (alphabetical by vendor)
  341. #
  342. [Adafruit]
  343. type = vendor
  344. vendor_site = https://www.adafruit.com/
  345. [Altina]
  346. type = vendor
  347. vendor_site = http://www.altina.com
  348. [Adapt Mobile]
  349. type = vendor
  350. vendor_site = http://www.adapt-mobile.com>
  351. [Axiom]
  352. type = vendor
  353. vendor_site = http://code.google.com/p/gpsd/downloads/detail?name=SiRF-Axiom.pdf&can=2&q=
  354. [BeStar]
  355. type = vendor
  356. vendor_site = http://www.sz-beitian.com/
  357. [Billionton]
  358. type = vendor
  359. vendor_site = http://www.billionton.com/english/index.htm
  360. [Bluenext]
  361. type = vendor
  362. vendor_site = http://www.bluenext.co.uk/
  363. [Canmore]
  364. type = vendor
  365. vendor_site = http://www.canmore.com.tw/
  366. [Columbus]
  367. type = vendor
  368. vendor_site = http://www.columbus-gps.de/
  369. [Central Pacific]
  370. type = vendor
  371. vendor_site = http://www.cpit.com
  372. [Delorme]
  373. type = vendor
  374. vendor_site = http://www.delorme.com
  375. [Digital Yacht]
  376. type = vendor
  377. vendor_site = http://digitalyacht.mesltd.co.uk/
  378. [Eurotech]
  379. type = vendor
  380. vendor_site = http://www.eurotech-inc.com/
  381. [Fastrax]
  382. type = vendor
  383. vendor_site = http://www.fastraxgps.com/
  384. [EuroTronics]
  385. type = vendor
  386. vendor_site = http://www.eurotronic.net/
  387. [Garmin]
  388. type = vendor
  389. vendor_site = http://www.garmin.com
  390. [Geostar]
  391. type = vendor
  392. vendor_site = http://www.geostar-navigation.com
  393. [GlobalSat]
  394. type = vendor
  395. vendor_site = http://www.globalsat.com.tw/
  396. [HAB Supplies]
  397. type = vendor
  398. vendor_site = http://ava.upuaut.net/?page_id=388
  399. [Haicom]
  400. type = vendor
  401. vendor_site = http://www.haicom.com.tw/
  402. [Holux]
  403. type = vendor
  404. vendor_site = http://www.holux.com
  405. [Humminbird]
  406. type = vendor
  407. vendor_site = http://www.humminbird.com/
  408. notes = These guys make fish-finders that incorporate GPSes
  409. [iTrek]
  410. type = vendor
  411. vendor_site = http://www.i-trek.jp
  412. [Jackson Labs]
  413. type = vendor
  414. vendor_site = http://jackson-labs.com/
  415. [LyconSys]
  416. type = vendor
  417. vendor_site = http://www.lyconsys.com/index.php/en/
  418. [Magellan]
  419. type = vendor
  420. vendor_site = http://www.magellangps.com
  421. notes = Now owns what used to be the Thales and Asht product lines
  422. [Motorola]
  423. type = vendor
  424. vendor_site = http://www.motorola.com/ies/GPS/products_legacy.html
  425. notes = Motorola has exited the GPS business. The OnCore line of
  426. GPSes is now sold by <a href="http://www.synergy-gps.com/">Synergy Systems LLC</a>
  427. [Navcom]
  428. type = vendor
  429. vendor_site = http://www.navcomtech.com/
  430. [Navis Engineering Bureau]
  431. type = vendor
  432. vendor_site = http://navis.ru/
  433. [Navius]
  434. type = vendor
  435. vendor_site = http://www.navius.biz/
  436. notes = This vendor has also traded as "Navisky".
  437. [NaviLock]
  438. type = vendor
  439. vendor_site = http://www.navilock.de
  440. [Navisys]
  441. type = vendor
  442. vendor_site = http://www.navisys.com.tw/
  443. [NavMan]
  444. type = vendor
  445. vendor_site = http://www.navmanwirelessoem.com/
  446. [Nokia]
  447. type = vendor
  448. vendor_site = http://www.nokia.com/
  449. [NovAtel]
  450. type = vendor
  451. vendor_site = http://www.novatel.com/
  452. [Parrot]
  453. type = vendor
  454. vendor_site = http://www.parrot.com/
  455. [Pharos]
  456. type = vendor
  457. vendor_site = http://www.pharosgps.co/
  458. [Phonix]
  459. type=vendor
  460. vendor_site = http://www.phonix.it/
  461. [Qstarz]
  462. type=vendor
  463. vendor_site = http://www.qstarz.com/
  464. [RF Solutions]
  465. type = vendor
  466. vendor_site = http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk
  467. [Rikaline]
  468. type = vendor
  469. vendor_site = http://www.rikaline.com
  470. [Royaltek]
  471. type = vendor
  472. vendor_site = http://www.royaltek.com/
  473. [Saab]
  474. type = vendor
  475. vendor_site = http://www.saabgroup.com/
  476. [San Jose Navigation]
  477. type = vendor
  478. vendor_site = http://www.sanav.com
  479. [Sejat]
  480. type = vendor
  481. vendor_site = http://sejats.blogspot.com/
  482. [SkyTraq]
  483. type = vendor
  484. vendor_site = http://www.skytraq.com.tw/
  485. [Sure]
  486. type = vendor
  487. vendor_site = http://stores.ebay.com/Sure-Electronics/_i.html?_nkw=gps&submit=Search&_sid=208644246
  488. [Telit]
  489. type = vendor
  490. vendor_site = http://www.telit.com/
  491. [Transystem]
  492. type = vendor
  493. vendor_site = http://www.transystem.com.tw/
  494. [Techway]
  495. type = vendor
  496. vendor_site = http://www.techwayinc.com.tw/
  497. notes = This vendor has dropped off the web
  498. [TomTom]
  499. type = vendor
  500. vendor_site = http://www.tomtom.com/
  501. [Trimble]
  502. type = vendor
  503. vendor_site = http://www.trimble.com/
  504. [u-blox]
  505. type = vendor
  506. vendor_site = http://www.u-blox.de/en/
  507. [UniTraq]
  508. type = vendor
  509. vendor_site = http://www.unitraq.com/
  510. [Variotek]
  511. type = vendor
  512. vendor_site = http://variotek.de/
  513. [Wintec]
  514. type = vendor
  515. vendor_site = http://www.wintec.com.tw/
  516. #
  517. # Devices (alphabetical by vendor)
  518. #
  519. #% Adafruit
  520. [Ultimate GPS HAT]
  521. type = device
  522. packaging = HAT
  523. vendor = Adafruit
  524. techdoc = https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-ultimate-gps-hat-for-raspberry-pi
  525. interfaces = Raspberry Pi HAT
  526. tested = 3.14
  527. rating = excellent
  528. uses = MT3339
  529. pps = Yes
  530. submitter = Gary E. Miller <gem@rellim.com>
  531. notes = Built-in antenna with conenctor for external antenna. Good, not
  532. great sensitivity with built-in antenna. Built-in RTC and battery.
  533. #% Altina
  534. [GBT709]
  535. type = device
  536. vendor = Altina
  537. packaging = handset
  538. techdoc = http://www.altina.com/produkty.php?destCatId=&amp;mainCatId=13&amp;subCatId=&amp;prId=19
  539. interfaces = Bluetooth
  540. configurable = insane
  541. tested = 2.35
  542. uses = SiRF-3
  543. submitter = Benoit Panizzon <panizzon@woody.ch>
  544. notes = Requires the "-b" flag to prevent mode switching. If the receiver locks
  545. up due to a mode switch, remove the battery for 5 to 10 minutes.
  546. #% Adapt Mobile
  547. [AD-500]
  548. type = device
  549. vendor = Adapt Mobile
  550. packaging = mouse
  551. techdoc = http://adapt-mobile.bosqom.com/default.php?page_ID=3&amp;spage_ID=1
  552. uses = Nemerix
  553. interfaces = Bluetooth, USB
  554. usbchip = pl2303
  555. tested = 2.32
  556. submitter = Dennis van Zuijlekom <tmib@xs4all.nl>.
  557. discontinued = True
  558. #% Axiom
  559. [Sandpiper]
  560. type = device
  561. vendor = Axiom
  562. packaging = OEM module
  563. techdoc = http://code.google.com/p/gpsd/downloads/detail?name=SiRF-Axiom.pdf&amp;can=2&amp;q=
  564. uses = SiRF-1
  565. interfaces = RS-232
  566. tested = 2.34
  567. pps = True
  568. notes = The vendor is out of business, but there are lots of these still
  569. around in 2006. Complete documentation for this OEM module has been
  570. archived at the GPSD site.
  571. #% BeStar
  572. [BN-880]
  573. type = device
  574. vendor = BeStar
  575. packaging = OEM module
  576. uses = UBLOX M8030-KT
  577. interfaces = LV RS-232
  578. tested = 3.14
  579. rating = excellent
  580. submitter = Gary E. Miller <gem@rellim.com>
  581. pps = False
  582. notes = Vendor is in Shenzhen, China. Frequently on eBay. Sold as a
  583. 'Flight Control Module' as it also contains gyros and acceleromters
  584. in a separate I2C bus. Does not have PPS but some resellers claim PPS.
  585. #% Billionton
  586. [Billionton CF-GPS]
  587. type = device
  588. vendor = Billionton
  589. packaging = mouse
  590. techdoc = http://www.billionton.com/english/product/CF-GPS.htm
  591. uses = SiRF-2
  592. interfaces = CF
  593. tested = 2.16
  594. submitter = Oleg Gusev <oleg@crista.uni-wuppertal.de>.
  595. notes = Uses SiRF firmware version 220.006.000ES. Accepts WAAS Mode Disable
  596. (<code>$PSRF108,00*02</code>) and WAAS Mode Enable (<code>$PSRF108,01*03</code>)
  597. controls.
  598. #%Bluenext
  599. [BN-901S]
  600. type = device
  601. engine = Skytraq Venus 6
  602. date = 2010-06-10
  603. location =
  604. model = BN-901S
  605. packaging = mouse
  606. interfaces = Bluetooth
  607. rating = excellent
  608. submitter = Andrew Gray <andy_r_gray@hotmail.com>
  609. techdoc =http://www.bluenext.co.uk/customer-support/downloads/doc_download/34-bluenext-bn-901s-gps-receiver.html
  610. tested = 2.39
  611. vendor = Bluenext
  612. notes = Device reports protocol as "Generic NMEA" without a version number.
  613. Purchased retail (30GBP) to work with a Nokia 5233 - which is does well.
  614. Best performing GPS receiver I have seen - fast fix and robust against
  615. obstructions to sky view.
  616. logs = bn-9015.log
  617. #% Canmore
  618. [GT-730F]
  619. type = device
  620. engine = SKYTRAK
  621. interfaces = USB
  622. nmea = 3.01
  623. packaging = mouse
  624. rating = good
  625. submitter = Rene Warren <warrenlr@gmail.com>
  626. techdoc = http://www.canmore.com.tw/pdf/English%20user%20manual_GT-730F_L.pdf
  627. tested = 2.33
  628. vendor = Canmore
  629. notes =
  630. #% Columbus
  631. [V900]
  632. type = device
  633. uses = MTK
  634. interfaces = Bluetooth
  635. model = V900
  636. packaging = mouse
  637. rating = fair
  638. submitter = Konstantin Ristl <konstiristl@gmail.com>
  639. techdoc = http://www.columbus-gps.de/v-900_support.php
  640. tested = 2.38
  641. vendor = Columbus
  642. notes = Device is also a GPS-Logger
  643. #% Central Pacific
  644. [CPIT GP-27]
  645. type = device
  646. vendor = Central Pacific
  647. packaging = mouse
  648. techdoc = http://www.cpit.com/en/GP-27.html
  649. uses = Nemerix
  650. interfaces = Bluetooth
  651. tested = 2.28
  652. configurable = insane
  653. submitter = Tobias Minich <belgabor@gmx.de>
  654. notes = <ul>
  655. <li>There are proprietary PNMRX{30[0124],603} sentences that are only sent
  656. on change or by request</li>
  657. <li>Several sentences can be sent to the device to change settings or
  658. request information. DO NOT USE THE PNMRX100 SENTENCE TO CHANGE THE BAUD
  659. RATE! This is not supported by the bluetooth chip on the device.</li>
  660. <li>Settings are saved in flash powered by a backup battery and persistent
  661. over connections and when you turn it off.</li>
  662. <li>The syntax of the PNMRX303 message and part 4 of the PNMRX603 message
  663. may differ from the syntax found in several documents on the net.</li>
  664. </ul>
  665. #% Delorme
  666. [EarthMate USB]
  667. type = device
  668. vendor = Delorme
  669. packaging = mouse
  670. techdoc = https://shop.delorme.com/OA_HTML/DELibeCCtpSctDspRte.jsp?section=10043&minisite=10020
  671. uses = SiRF-2
  672. interfaces = USB
  673. usbchip = Cypress M8 CY7C64013
  674. tested = 2.5
  675. discontinued = True
  676. notes = This was the replacement for the old Zodiac version that spoke
  677. Rockwell binary protocol; it in turn has been discontinued. Some
  678. other sentences can be enabled. Requires a 2.6.10 or better
  679. kernel for the Cypress USB-HID support.
  680. [EarthMate]
  681. type = device
  682. vendor = Delorme
  683. packaging = mouse
  684. uses = Zodiac
  685. interfaces = RS-232
  686. discontinued = True
  687. rating = good
  688. notes = This device was supported by GPSD up to release 2.96, but some bug
  689. introduced after that interfered with it until support was restored
  690. after 3.6.
  691. [TripMate]
  692. type = device
  693. vendor = Delorme
  694. packaging = mouse
  695. techdoc = http://vancouver-webpages.com/peter/tripmate.faq
  696. uses = Zodiac
  697. interfaces = RS-232
  698. discontinued = True
  699. notes = Discontinued sometime before November 1998.
  700. #% Digital Yacht
  701. [AIT250]
  702. type = device
  703. vendor = Digital Yacht
  704. engine = unknown
  705. packaging = handsfree
  706. techdoc = http://www.yachtronics.com/yachtronics/manuals/DIGITAL%20YACHT%20AIT250%20OPERATION.pdf
  707. interfaces = RS-232
  708. discontinued = False
  709. tested = regression
  710. rating = good
  711. submitter = Jan Veninga <veninga@familiemail.nl>
  712. notes = Both a Class B AIS transceiver and a GPS.
  713. logs = ait250.log
  714. #% Eurotech
  715. [Com-1289]
  716. type = device
  717. vendor = Eurotech
  718. packaging = OEM module
  719. techdoc = http://www.eurotech.fi/products/COM-1289.html
  720. engine = FastraX iTrax03
  721. interfaces = RS-232
  722. tested = regression
  723. rating = good
  724. submitter = Simon Le Pape <simon.le-pape@hotmail.fr>
  725. #% EuroTronics
  726. [Blumax GPS009]
  727. type = device
  728. vendor = EuroTronics
  729. packaging = mouse
  730. techdoc = http://www.eurotronic.net/products/produktdetails/gps_receiver.html
  731. uses = SiRF-3
  732. interfaces = Bluetooth
  733. configurable = insane
  734. tested = regression
  735. submitter = Hartmut Holzgraefe <hartmut@php.net>
  736. notes = Requires "-b" ... I had to totally drain the battery of the device
  737. and let it rest for a few days before i was able to use it again
  738. after a first attempt of using it with without "-b"
  739. #% Fastrax
  740. [IT520U]
  741. type = device
  742. vendor = Fastrax
  743. engine = MTK
  744. packaging = OEM module
  745. techdoc = http://www.fastraxgps.com/showfile.cfm?guid=5861a92d-2628-4c8b-9621-058a3435edb5
  746. date = 2011-02-21
  747. firmware = AXN_1.30,0145,Fastrax IT500
  748. interfaces = USB
  749. location = Kamp Lintfort, DE, 51deg 29min N, 6deg 32min E
  750. model = IT520
  751. rating = good
  752. submitter = Kai Scharwies <scharwies@imst.de>
  753. tested = 2.95
  754. logs = mtk-3329.log
  755. #% Garmin
  756. [Foretrex 201]
  757. type = device
  758. engine = SiRF-3
  759. date = 2010-08-26
  760. interfaces = RS-232
  761. location = Ulb?lle, DK, 55.04N 10.25E
  762. model = Foretrex 201
  763. nmea = 3.0
  764. notes = This device is not a conventional handfrtee unut for a car; it looks
  765. like a bulky wristwatch and is meant for bicycle handlebars. It must
  766. be set to NMEA output in the settings->interface page.
  767. packaging = handset
  768. rating = excellent
  769. submitter = Anders Lund <anders@alweb.dk>
  770. techdoc = http://www.garmin.com/manuals/Foretrex201_OwnersManual.pdf
  771. tested = 2.95
  772. vendor = Garmin
  773. discontinued = True
  774. logs = foretrex-201.log
  775. [Garmin GPS 10x]
  776. type = device
  777. uses = SiRF-3
  778. date = 2010-07-18
  779. model = GPS 10x
  780. nmea = 2.0 and 2.30
  781. interfaces = Bluetooth
  782. packaging = mouse
  783. rating = excellent
  784. submitter = David Ludlow <davel@adsllc.com>
  785. techdoc = http://www.garmin.com/manuals/GarminMobile10forlaptops_PDAs_TechnicalSpecifications.pdf
  786. tested = 2.95
  787. vendor = Garmin
  788. logs = garmin-10x.log
  789. [Garmin GPS-15]
  790. type = device
  791. packaging = OEM module
  792. vendor = Garmin
  793. techdoc = http://www.garmin.com/products/gps15/spec.html
  794. uses = Garmin-Native
  795. interfaces = RS-232
  796. tested = 2.33
  797. nmea = 2.0
  798. pps = True
  799. submitter = Jason Hecker <jhecker@wireless.org.au>
  800. notes = "$PGRMI,,,,,,,R" must be sent to reset the device before PPS
  801. works; after about 5 minutes the PPS signal is detected properly
  802. by GPSD.
  803. [Garmin GPS-16]
  804. type = device
  805. packaging = mouse
  806. vendor = Garmin
  807. techdoc = http://www.garmin.com/products/gps16/spec.html
  808. uses = Garmin-Native
  809. interfaces = RS-232
  810. tested = 2.38
  811. nmea = 2.0
  812. submitter = Reported by Ron Marosko, Jr. <rmarosko@wirelessfrontier.net>,
  813. Amaury Jacquot <sxpert@esitcom.org>,
  814. Jeff Francis <jfrancis@gritch.org>
  815. notes = DGPS information in GPGGA sentence is not returned. Satellite
  816. azimuths/elevations and magnetic variation information are not
  817. available in binary mode. Garmin uses a nonstandard 16-bit SNR
  818. scale for signal quality in GSA. Can be switched to NMEA 3.0
  819. with PGRMC1. .
  820. [Garmin GPS-17N]
  821. type = device
  822. packaging = mouse
  823. vendor = Garmin
  824. techdoc = http://www.garmin.com/products/gps17/spec.html
  825. uses = Garmin-Native
  826. interfaces = RS-232
  827. tested = regression
  828. nmea = 2.0 or 3.0
  829. submitter = Wojciech Kazubski <wk@ire.pw.edu.pl>.
  830. notes = The 17N has been discontinued and replaced by the 17HVS.
  831. The interface was RS-232 but used a custom RJ-45 jack.
  832. logs = garmin17n.log
  833. [Garmin GPS-17HVS]
  834. type = device
  835. vendor = Garmin
  836. packaging = mouse
  837. techdoc = https://buy.garmin.com/shop/shop.do?cID=158&amp;pID=8630
  838. engine = unknown
  839. interfaces = RS-232
  840. tested = 2.37
  841. rating = good
  842. nmea = 2.0 or 3.0
  843. notes = Reported by Ulrich Voigt (no email address)
  844. [Garmin GPS-18 USB]
  845. interfaces = USB
  846. nmea = N/A
  847. packaging = mouse
  848. submitter = Gary E. Miller <gem@rellim.com>
  849. techdoc = http://www.garmin.com/manuals/GPS18_TechnicalSpecification.pdf
  850. tested = 2.38
  851. type = device
  852. uses = Garmin-Native
  853. vendor = Garmin
  854. notes = The USB version requires the Linux kernel garmin_usb driver.
  855. usbfs is not required after gpsd version 2.39.
  856. DOP (Dilution of Precision) information is not available (Garmin protocol
  857. includes EPE only); gpsd uses EPE to approximate DOP. Magnetic variation
  858. information is not available. Garmin uses a nonstandard 16-bit SNR scale.
  859. The 18 series, unlike the 16, reports skyview via a packet 114. They will
  860. not operate indoors and require a good sky view.
  861. [Garmin GPS-18 (all but USB)]
  862. interfaces = RS-232
  863. nmea = 2.0 and 2.3
  864. packaging = mouse
  865. pps = True
  866. pps_accuracy = 1us
  867. time_offset = 0.125s
  868. submitter = Gary E. Miller <gem@rellim.com>
  869. techdoc = http://www.garmin.com/manuals/GPS18_TechnicalSpecification.pdf
  870. tested = 2.5
  871. type = device
  872. uses = Garmin-Native
  873. vendor = Garmin
  874. notes = The RS-232 versions can emit NMEA and are found by normal autoconfiguration.
  875. GPS-18 LVC and GPS-18 LVC/5m have PPS outputs. WAAS is supported.
  876. The 18 series, unlike the 16, reports skyview via a packet 114. They will
  877. not operate indoors and require a good sky view. NTP offset quoted is
  878. at 19200bps; drops to 0.525 at 4800bps.
  879. [GPS-25LP]
  880. type = device
  881. packaging = OEM module
  882. vendor = Garmin
  883. techdoc = http://www8.garmin.com/products/gps25/spec.html
  884. uses = Garmin-Native
  885. interfaces = RS-232
  886. nmea = 2.0
  887. tested = regression
  888. discontinued = True
  889. submitter = Daniele Giangrazi <daniele.giangrazi@elital.net>
  890. notes = Discontinued embedded module.
  891. logs = garmin25lp.log
  892. [Garmin 38]
  893. type = device
  894. vendor = Garmin
  895. packaging = handset
  896. techdoc = http://au.geocities.com/glennbaddeley/gps/data/GPS38_OwnersManualAndTechdoc_June1997_RevB.pdf
  897. uses = Garmin-Native
  898. interfaces = RS-232
  899. rating = excellent
  900. tested = regression
  901. nmea = 2.0
  902. discontinued = True
  903. submitter = Pascal F. Martin <pascal.martin@cox.net>
  904. notes = Start-of-cycle is RMC. 2-second cycle time, 1 fix per cycle.
  905. logs = garmin38.log
  906. [Garmin 48]
  907. type = device
  908. vendor = Garmin
  909. packaging = handset
  910. techdoc = https://buy.garmin.com/shop/shop.do?pID=85
  911. uses = Garmin-Native
  912. interfaces = RS-232
  913. nmea = 2.0
  914. discontinued = True
  915. rating = excellent
  916. tested = regression
  917. notes = Start-of-cycle is RMC. 2-second cycle time, 2 fixes per cycle, GLL
  918. reports second fix. The 48 has been discontinued. The Garmin
  919. 12XL and 45 are nearly identical and should work as well.
  920. Details on the Garmin proprietary protocol can be found at <a
  921. href="http://www.garmin.com/support/commProtocol.html">here</a>.
  922. [Garmin GPS 60]
  923. type = device
  924. vendor = Garmin
  925. packaging = handset
  926. techdoc = http://www.garmin.com/manuals/GPS60_OwnersManual.pdf
  927. uses = Garmin-Native
  928. interfaces = USB, RS-232
  929. tested = 2.33
  930. nmea = 3.01
  931. submitter = Diego Berge <gpsd@nippur.net>
  932. [Garmin GPS 76]
  933. type = device
  934. vendor = Garmin
  935. packaging = handset
  936. techdoc = http://www.garmin.com/manuals/GPS76_OwnersManual.pdf
  937. uses = Garmin-Native
  938. interfaces = RS-232
  939. tested = 2.39
  940. nmea = 2.3
  941. submitter = Sebastian Niehaus <killedbythoughts@mindcrime.net>,
  942. Geoff Childs <dofinch-aria@yahoo.co.uk>
  943. notes = The device has a four pin socket described by Garmin as a serial
  944. interface. Connection to a standard 9 pin RS-232 computer socket
  945. is made using the special adaptor lead supplied by Garmin. Sebastian
  946. Niehaus says it annunces "Software Version 3.70". Geoff Childs adds:
  947. "The Garmin GPS 76 comms MUST be set to 'NMEA'. The kernel module
  948. garmin_gps is not needed and should not be specially loaded."
  949. [Geko 201]
  950. type = device
  951. vendor = Garmin
  952. packaging = handset
  953. techdoc = http://www.garmin.com/manuals/Geko201_OwnersManual.pdf
  954. uses = Garmin-Native
  955. interfaces = RS-232
  956. tested = regression
  957. nmea = 3.0
  958. submitter = Jose Luis Domingo Lopez <jdomingo@24x7linux.com>
  959. notes =
  960. logs = garmin-geko201.log
  961. [eTrex Vista]
  962. type = device
  963. vendor = Garmin
  964. packaging = handset
  965. techdoc = http://www.garmin.com/manuals/eTrexVista_OwnersManual.pdf
  966. uses = Garmin-Native
  967. interfaces = RS-232
  968. tested = 2.32
  969. nmea = 3.0
  970. submitter = Reed Hedges <reed@interreality.org>
  971. notes =
  972. [Nuvi 650]
  973. type = device
  974. vendor = Garmin
  975. packaging = handsfree
  976. techdoc = http://www.garmin.com/manuals/nuvi650_OwnersManual.pdf
  977. uses = SiRF-3
  978. interfaces = USB
  979. tested = *
  980. nmea = 3.0
  981. rating = broken
  982. notes = This device does not have real-time data output, and is incompatible
  983. with GPSD.
  984. [GPSmap 76S]
  985. type = device
  986. vendor = Garmin
  987. engine = unknown
  988. packaging = handset
  989. rating = other
  990. techdoc = http://www8.garmin.com/manuals/GPSMAP76S_OwnersManual.pdf
  991. tested = 2.94
  992. nmea = 2.3
  993. date = 2011-10-24
  994. interfaces = USB
  995. submitter = Brad Skillman <brad.skillman@cobham.com>
  996. model = GPSmap 76S
  997. notes = When the GPSmap 76S is placed into simulator mode, for some
  998. unknown reason, both the xgps and cgps clients display "n/a" in
  999. the time field. However, the lat., long., and altitude fields
  1000. are being displayed correctly. Using gpspipe -r is appears that
  1001. the $GPGLL message is sending out the UTC time in the HHMMSS
  1002. format (Note: There are no fractional seconds being generated)
  1003. logs = GPSmap-76S
  1004. [Montana 650t]
  1005. type = device
  1006. packaging = handheld
  1007. interfaces = USB
  1008. submitter = Richard Allen <rsaxvc@gmail.com>
  1009. vendor = Garmin
  1010. techdoc = http://static.garmincdn.com/pumac/Montana_600_OM_EN.pdf
  1011. engine = STA2065
  1012. rating = good
  1013. tested = 3.6
  1014. [GPS 152]
  1015. type = device
  1016. submitter = Erkki Laasonen <erkki.laasonen@gmail.com>
  1017. vendor = Garmin
  1018. techdoc = http://www.manualrepubliccdn.com/pdf/garmin/396-m-gps-152-manual-owner-s-manual.pdf
  1019. packaging = handheld
  1020. engine = unknown
  1021. firmware = 3.60
  1022. nmea = 2.3
  1023. interfaces = FTDI
  1024. tested = 3.6
  1025. rating = broken
  1026. location = Uusikaupunki, FI, 61N 21E
  1027. date = 2014-06-30
  1028. sample_notes: Log was taken on my moored boat.
  1029. #% Geostar Navigation
  1030. [GeoS-1M]
  1031. type = device
  1032. date = 2010-07-09
  1033. location = Minsk, Belarus, 53N 27E
  1034. model = GeoS-1M
  1035. engine = custom
  1036. interfaces = TTL
  1037. nmea = 3.01
  1038. packaging = OEM module
  1039. rating = good
  1040. sample_notes = NMEA output for a few minutes after power up.
  1041. submitter = Viktar Palstsiuk <viktar.palstsiuk@promwad.com>
  1042. techdoc = http://geostar-navigation.com/fail/manuals/User_Manual_GeoS-1M_en.pdf
  1043. tested = 2.90
  1044. vendor = Geostar
  1045. notes = GeoS-1M is the combined GPS/GLONASS OEM receiver board. Its
  1046. architecture includes 24 tracking channels.
  1047. logs = geos-1m.log
  1048. #% GlobalSat
  1049. [BC-307]
  1050. type = device
  1051. vendor = GlobalSat
  1052. packaging = mouse
  1053. techdoc = http://www.usglobalsat.com/item.asp?itemid=12
  1054. uses = SiRF-2
  1055. interfaces = CF
  1056. tested = 2.35
  1057. nmea = 2.2
  1058. rating = fair
  1059. submitter = Chris Kuethe <chris.kuethe@gmail.com>.
  1060. notes = Acceptably functional running firmware 231ES.
  1061. [BT-318]
  1062. type = device
  1063. vendor = GlobalSat
  1064. packaging = mouse
  1065. techdoc = http://www.globalsat.com.tw/english/products_detail.php?main_id=21&amp;p_id=107
  1066. uses = SiRF-2
  1067. interfaces = Bluetooth
  1068. tested = 3.12
  1069. nmea = 2.2
  1070. rating = fair
  1071. configurable = insane
  1072. submitter = Frank Nicholas <frank@nicholasfamilycentral.com>
  1073. notes = Requires the -b option.
  1074. [BT-338]
  1075. type = device
  1076. vendor = GlobalSat
  1077. packaging = mouse
  1078. techdoc = http://www.usglobalsat.com/item.asp?itemid=6
  1079. uses = SiRF-3
  1080. interfaces = Bluetooth
  1081. tested = 2.13
  1082. rating = fair
  1083. submitter = Michal Panczyk <mpanczyk@gmail.com>
  1084. [BU-303]
  1085. type = device
  1086. vendor = GlobalSat
  1087. packaging = mouse
  1088. techdoc = http://www.usglobalsat.com/item.asp?itemid=11&amp;catid=13
  1089. uses = SiRF-2
  1090. interfaces = USB
  1091. usbchip = pl2303
  1092. tested = regression
  1093. rating = excellent
  1094. eval_unit = esr
  1095. nmea = 2.2
  1096. notes = Older versions of the BU-303 had a design defect that made it
  1097. likely to fail if subjected to vibration or hard shocks.
  1098. [BU-353]
  1099. type = device
  1100. vendor = GlobalSat
  1101. packaging = mouse
  1102. techdoc = http://www.usglobalsat.com/item.asp?itemid=60&amp;catid=17
  1103. uses = SiRF-3
  1104. interfaces = USB
  1105. usbchip = pl2303
  1106. tested = pre-2.29
  1107. rating = excellent
  1108. eval_unit = esr
  1109. nmea = 2.3
  1110. notes = This receiver does not support PPS timing output. Some versions of
  1111. firmware do not support WAAS, though updates may be available for a
  1112. fee from GlobalSat.
  1113. [BU-355]
  1114. type = device
  1115. vendor = GlobalSat
  1116. packaging = mouse
  1117. uses = SiRF-3
  1118. interfaces = USB
  1119. usbchip = pl2303
  1120. tested = 3.10
  1121. rating = good
  1122. eval_unit = esr
  1123. nmea = 2.3
  1124. notes = This receiver does not support PPS timing output. Does support
  1125. WAAS/EGNOS, unlike some 353s.
  1126. [BU-353-S4]
  1127. type = device
  1128. vendor = GlobalSat
  1129. packaging = mouse
  1130. techdoc = http://usglobalsat.com/store/download/688/bu353s4_ds.pdf
  1131. uses = SiRF-4
  1132. interfaces = USB
  1133. usbchip = pl2303
  1134. tested = 3.11
  1135. rating = poor
  1136. eval-unit = esr,gary
  1137. nmea = 3.0
  1138. # Also tested by Paul Beard <paulbeard@paulbeard.name>
  1139. # Hamilton, Waikato, 37.8S 175.3E 2014-12-31
  1140. notes = This receiver does not support PPS timing output. Much like the
  1141. BU-353 except for using a SiRFStar IV chip. Has poor
  1142. sensitivity and takes a lot longer to cold-start than the vendor
  1143. claim 45 of 45 seconds. Gary Miller rates this device "DO NOT
  1144. EVER BUY ONE!", observing "The big selling point of the SiRF IV
  1145. is the lower power needs. Looks like they made that happen at
  1146. the expense of sensitivity and timeliness of fixes." Also,
  1147. has the SiRF-IV tendency to freeze when switched from binary
  1148. to NMEA mode (power-cycling it unjams it).
  1149. [BT-359]
  1150. vendor = GlobalSat
  1151. uses = SiRF-3
  1152. interfaces = Bluetooth
  1153. nmea = 2.2
  1154. packaging = mouse
  1155. rating = excellent
  1156. submitter = Patrick Forristal <tradiuz@gmail.com>
  1157. techdoc = http://www.globalsat.com.tw/eng/support_check.php?check_id=126&amp;checkType=Manual
  1158. tested = 2.37
  1159. [ET-332 Engine Board]
  1160. type = device
  1161. engine = SiRF-3
  1162. firmware = unknown
  1163. model = ET-322 Engine Board
  1164. interfaces = TTL
  1165. notes = This is an OEM module but it is available in small quantities.
  1166. logs = et-332.log
  1167. packaging = OEM module
  1168. rating = good
  1169. submitter = Val Schmidt <vschmidt@ccom.unh.edu>
  1170. techdoc =http://www.globalsat.com.tw/products-page.php?menu=2&amp;gs_en_product_id=4&amp;gs_en_product_cnt_id=44&amp;img_id=110&amp;product_cnt_folder=4
  1171. vendor = GlobalSat
  1172. [ND-100S]
  1173. type = device
  1174. engine = SiRF-3
  1175. date = 2011-03-14
  1176. interfaces = USB
  1177. model = ND-100S
  1178. notes = SirfDemo can be used to configure the product.
  1179. packaging = mouse
  1180. rating = excellent
  1181. submitter = George E Farmer <gefgef@hotmail.com>
  1182. techdoc = http://usglobalsat.com/store/download/590/nd100s_v1.0-manual.pdf
  1183. tested = 2.95
  1184. vendor = GlobalSat
  1185. logs = nd-1005.log
  1186. [MR-350P]
  1187. date = 2010-02-03
  1188. interfaces = RS-232
  1189. nmea = 3.01
  1190. packaging = mouse
  1191. pps = True
  1192. pps_accuracy = 50ns
  1193. time_offset = ?
  1194. rating = excellent
  1195. submitter = Gary E. Miller <gem@rellim.com>, Tony Hain <tony@tndh.net>
  1196. techdoc = http://usglobalsat.com/p-58-mr-350p-bulkhead.aspx
  1197. tested = 3.3
  1198. type = device
  1199. uses = SiRF-3
  1200. vendor = GlobalSat
  1201. notes = May work inside wood frame buildings. PPS pulse is only 1uS wide,
  1202. but newer gpsd handles that fine. Be careful, there is also an MR-350
  1203. (no suffix P) that does NOT have PPS.
  1204. logs = mr-350p
  1205. [TripNav TN-200]
  1206. type = device
  1207. vendor = GlobalSat
  1208. packaging = mouse
  1209. techdoc = http://www.usglobalsat.com/item.asp?itemid=45&amp;catid=13
  1210. uses = SiRF-2
  1211. interfaces = USB
  1212. usbchip = FTDI FT232
  1213. tested = regression
  1214. rating = excellent
  1215. notes = We tested a version with SiRF Firmware level 231ES. The <a
  1216. href='http://ftdi-usb-sio.sourceforge.net/'>FTDI USB-to-serial
  1217. chip</a> is supported only as alpha software not yet
  1218. incorporated into the Linux kernel, though it seems to be well
  1219. supported by OS X and various BSDs. It seems like the only
  1220. difference between this and the BU-303 is the different
  1221. USB-to-serial chip.
  1222. [TripNav TN-204]
  1223. type = device
  1224. vendor = GlobalSat
  1225. packaging = mouse
  1226. uses = SiRF-2
  1227. interfaces = CF
  1228. tested = regression
  1229. rating = excellent
  1230. submitter = Pascal F. Martin <pascal.martin@cox.net>
  1231. notes = Sometimes sold under the brand name "Rayming", but that vendor
  1232. seems to have disappeared. Chipset said to be SiRF 2 but the
  1233. output looks more like old Garmin GPSes.
  1234. [ND100]
  1235. type = device
  1236. uses = MSB2122
  1237. interfaces = USB
  1238. usbchip = pl2303
  1239. nmea = 3.0
  1240. packaging = mouse
  1241. rating = excellent
  1242. submitter = Arnaud Le Meur <arnaudlemeur@free.fr>
  1243. techdoc = http://www.globalsat.com.tw/eng/product_detail_00000124.htm
  1244. tested = 2.38
  1245. vendor = GlobalSat
  1246. notes = May ship with broken firmware that incorrectly reports the
  1247. current year (2009) as 1953. A firmware update is available
  1248. to resolve this issue.
  1249. #% HAB supplies
  1250. [HAB-GPSPI]
  1251. type = device
  1252. submitter = mayer@iiasa.ac.at
  1253. vendor = HAB Supplies
  1254. techdoc = http://ava.upuaut.net/store/index.php?route=product/product&path=59_60&product_id=95
  1255. packaging = OEM module
  1256. engine = unknown
  1257. firmware = unknown
  1258. interfaces = TTL
  1259. tested = 3.6
  1260. rating = excellent
  1261. location = Laxenburg, Austria, 48.06N 16.36E
  1262. date = 2015-06-21
  1263. sample_notes = This device was not moved as it is used as a NTP server.
  1264. logs=hab-gpspi.log
  1265. #% Haicom
  1266. [HI-204S]
  1267. type = device
  1268. vendor = Haicom
  1269. packaging = mouse
  1270. techdoc = http://www.haicom.com.tw/products.htm
  1271. uses = SiRF-2
  1272. interfaces = USB
  1273. usbchip = pl2303
  1274. tested = 3.12
  1275. rating = excellent
  1276. eval_unit = esr
  1277. nmea = 2.2
  1278. notes = SiRF firmware level 231ES (XTrac). Haicom provided a test unit. Manual
  1279. states incorrectly that VTG is off by default.
  1280. [HI-204E]
  1281. type = device
  1282. vendor = Haicom
  1283. packaging = mouse
  1284. techdoc = http://www.haicom.com.tw/gps204E.shtml
  1285. engine = Evermore BBP1202
  1286. interfaces = USB
  1287. tested = 2.6
  1288. rating = excellent
  1289. nmea = 2.2
  1290. notes = Probably uses PL2303 but we have not verified this.
  1291. [HI-303S]
  1292. type = device
  1293. vendor = Haicom
  1294. packaging = handsfree
  1295. techdoc = http://www.haicom.com.tw/gps303s.shtml
  1296. uses = SiRF-3
  1297. interfaces = RS-232
  1298. tested = 2.25
  1299. nmea = 2.2
  1300. submitter = Denis Perchine <dyp@perchine.com>
  1301. discontinued = True
  1302. notes = NMEA works, but SiRF binary does not. This device seems to ignore the
  1303. $PSRF100 mode switch command. (SiRF binary may be available on
  1304. the auxiliary serial port, but this is unconfirmed.) This
  1305. device ships with XTrac firmware.
  1306. [HI-305N]
  1307. type = device
  1308. vendor = Haicom
  1309. packaging = mouse
  1310. techdoc = http://www.haicom.com.tw/
  1311. uses = Nemerix
  1312. interfaces = CF
  1313. tested = regression
  1314. discontinued = True
  1315. submitter = David Findlay <dave@davsoft.com.au>
  1316. notes = Adaptors for RS-232, USB, and Bluetooth operation are available.
  1317. #% Holux
  1318. [GM-210]
  1319. type = device
  1320. vendor = Holux
  1321. packaging = mouse
  1322. techdoc = http://www.amazon.com/Holux-GM-210-Receiver-Laptop-Pocket/dp/B0006ZMBTW
  1323. uses = SiRF-2
  1324. interfaces = RS-232
  1325. tested = regression
  1326. nmea = 2.2
  1327. discontinued = True
  1328. submitter = Patrick L. McGillan <pmcgillan@pateri.com>.
  1329. [GR-230]
  1330. type = device
  1331. vendor = Holux
  1332. packaging = mouse
  1333. techdoc = http://www.holux.com.tw/Temp%20web/GR-230.html
  1334. uses = SiRF-2
  1335. interfaces = Bluetooth
  1336. configurable = insane
  1337. tested = 2.19
  1338. nmea = 2.2
  1339. discontinued = True
  1340. notes = 4 color LED showing: Bluetooth, Navigation Update and Battery
  1341. and Charger Rating Indication. FLASH based program
  1342. memory. Firmware upgradeable through serial interface. Water
  1343. resistant.
  1344. [GPSlim 236]
  1345. type = device
  1346. vendor = Holux
  1347. packaging = mouse
  1348. techdoc = http://en.holux.com.cn/product/search.htm?filename=gpsreceiver_bluetooth_gpslim2+36.htm&amp;target=bluetooth00&amp;level=grandsonson
  1349. uses = SiRF-3
  1350. interfaces = Bluetooth
  1351. tested = regression
  1352. rating = poor
  1353. nmea = 2.2
  1354. submitter = K&eacute;vin Redon <kevredon@gmail.com>
  1355. notes = Does not report altitude reliably.
  1356. Optional interfaces:
  1357. mini-USB -> USB, needing a special cable : GR230-A2 (USB data cable),
  1358. otherwise it will not work;
  1359. mini-USB -> RS-232, need cable GR230-A1(RS-232 data cable), I didn't
  1360. try it with a normal cable;
  1361. mini-USB -> PS2, need cable GR230-A3 (Mini USB port to PS2 port ), I
  1362. didn't try it with a normal cable.
  1363. [Holux GR-239]
  1364. type = device
  1365. vendor = Holux
  1366. packaging = mouse
  1367. techdoc = http://www.holux.com/JCore/en/support/DLF.jsp?DLU=http://www1.holux.com.tw:8080/JCore/UploadFile/79754.pdf
  1368. uses = SiRF-3
  1369. interfaces = Bluetooth, USB
  1370. configurable = insane
  1371. tested = 2.36
  1372. rating = poor
  1373. nmea = 2.2
  1374. notes = Bluetooth operation requires -b option. Powered from a car
  1375. cigarette-lighter.
  1376. [M-241]
  1377. type = device
  1378. vendor = Holux
  1379. packaging = mouse
  1380. techdoc = http://www.holux.com/JCore/en/products/products_content.jsp?pno=341
  1381. uses = MTK
  1382. interfaces = Bluetooth, USB
  1383. usbchip = CP2101
  1384. configurable = insane
  1385. tested = 2.37
  1386. btglitch = yes
  1387. submitter = Roland Ager <roland.ager@gmx.de>
  1388. notes = gpsd crashes the device when autoprobing @ baud rate 9600 (unless
  1389. '-b'/broken-device-safety is enabled - need to unplug/reset the device).
  1390. 'stty -F /dev/ttyUSB1 ispeed 38400' helps avoiding too much autoprobing -
  1391. though stty complains about not being able to perform all requested
  1392. operations.
  1393. #% Humminbird
  1394. [Matrix-37]
  1395. type = device
  1396. vendor = Humminbird
  1397. packaging = handsfree
  1398. techdoc = http://www.retrevo.com/support/Humminbird-37-GPS-manual/
  1399. engine = unknown
  1400. interfaces = RS-232
  1401. discontinued = True
  1402. tested = regression
  1403. rating = good
  1404. submitter = Carl Brown <cbsled@verizon.net>
  1405. notes = Depth finder and water-temperature sensor.
  1406. logs = humminbird-M37.log
  1407. #% iTrek
  1408. [M3]
  1409. type = device
  1410. vendor = iTrek
  1411. packaging = mouse
  1412. techdoc = http://www.semsons.com/im3blgpsresi.html
  1413. uses = SiRF-3
  1414. interfaces = Bluetooth
  1415. tested = 2.28
  1416. submitter = Lance Fetters <ashikase@users.sourceforge.net>
  1417. notes = The product page points at a retail site carrying these
  1418. because the vendor site is in Japanese only. This GPS emits a
  1419. weirdly broken GSA sentence that crashed gpsd versions prior to
  1420. 2.28. Serial parameters default to 38400; 8, N, 1. May come
  1421. bundled with Microsoft Streets and Trips.
  1422. logs = iTrek.log
  1423. #% Jackson Labs
  1424. [Firefly-1a]
  1425. type = device
  1426. engine = UBLOX NEO-5Q
  1427. firmware = 0.918
  1428. interfaces = RS-232
  1429. pps = True
  1430. pps_accuracy = 50ns
  1431. packaging = OEM module
  1432. rating = excellent
  1433. submitter = Don Weeks <don.l.weeks.jr@gmail.com>,
  1434. Said Jackson <saidjack@aol.com>
  1435. techdoc = http://jackson-labs.com/docs/FireFly_quickstart.pdf
  1436. vendor = Jackson Labs
  1437. notes = Only outputs GGA and RMC NMEA strings. There are other proprietary
  1438. commands. See the gpsd-dev list for patches. GPSD works as far back
  1439. as the 0.914 version, which emitted \r\r\n terminations. All the
  1440. FireFly units are OCXO driven, so the 1PPS output stays accurate even
  1441. if GPS reception is lost.
  1442. [FireFly-II]
  1443. type = device
  1444. engine = UBLOX NEO-5Q
  1445. date = 2010-07-07
  1446. firmware = 2.18
  1447. interfaces = RS-232
  1448. pps = True
  1449. pps_accuracy = 50ns
  1450. time_offset = ?
  1451. model = FireFly-1A and FireFly-II GPSDO
  1452. notes = Uses ublox Antaris 5 with Kick Start and Super Sense,
  1453. soon movingto ublox-6. Defective \r\r\n string terminations
  1454. have been fixed in the 2.18 firmware version. All the
  1455. FireFly units are OCXO driven, so the 1PPS output stays accurate even
  1456. if GPS reception is lost.
  1457. packaging = OEM module
  1458. rating = good
  1459. sample_notes = Stationary state, roof-mounted antenna, three levels of
  1460. GPS distribution Amplifier between antenna and receiver.
  1461. submitter = Said Jackson <saidjack@aol.com>
  1462. techdoc = http://www.jackson-labs.com/docs/Quickstart_FireFly_IIA_FW-rev_2.x.pdf
  1463. vendor = Jackson Labs
  1464. #% LyconSys
  1465. [GPSMOD1]
  1466. type = device
  1467. engine = ANTARIS5
  1468. firmware = ROM CORE 4.00 (25682)
  1469. interfaces = USB
  1470. model = GPSMOD1
  1471. nmea = 2.3
  1472. packaging = mouse
  1473. rating = excellent
  1474. submitter = info@lyconsys.com
  1475. techdoc = http://www.lyconsys.com/produkte/gps-emfanger-lyconsys-gpsmod1.htm
  1476. tested = 2.95
  1477. vendor = LyconSys
  1478. #% Magellan
  1479. [EC-10X]
  1480. type = device
  1481. vendor = Magellan
  1482. packaging = handset
  1483. techdoc = http://www.herman-nelson.com/itemInfo.cfm?itemID=205
  1484. uses = Zodiac
  1485. interfaces = RS-232
  1486. pps = True
  1487. tested = regression
  1488. discontinued = True
  1489. submitter = Gary E. Miller <gem@rellim.com>
  1490. notes = It was cool in its day, now a dinosaur mainly good for
  1491. regression testing. NMEA time is accurate to about 500mS.
  1492. Start of cycle is GPRMC on odd seconds, GPRMB on even seconds.
  1493. logs = magellan315.log
  1494. [315]
  1495. type = device
  1496. vendor = Magellan
  1497. packaging = handset
  1498. techdoc = https://www.magellangps.com/assets/manuals/gps_310_315_en.pdf
  1499. engine = unknown
  1500. interfaces = RS-232
  1501. tested = regression
  1502. rating = good
  1503. submitter = Angel Marques Mateu <amarques@cgf.upv.es>
  1504. notes =
  1505. logs = magellan315.log
  1506. [Meridian Platinum]
  1507. type = device
  1508. vendor = Magellan
  1509. packaging = handset
  1510. techdoc = http://www.amazon.com/Magellan-Meridian-Platinum-Handheld-GPS/dp/B00005OLYD
  1511. engine = Motorola
  1512. interfaces = RS-232
  1513. tested = 2.21
  1514. rating = excellent
  1515. nmea = v1.5 APA, v1.5 XTE, v2.1 GSA
  1516. discontinued = True
  1517. submitter = Chris S. Newell <chris@newellfamily.net>
  1518. [eXplorist 110]
  1519. type = device
  1520. vendor = Magellan
  1521. packaging = handset
  1522. techdoc = http://support.magellangps.com/support/index.php?_m=downloads%26_a=viewdownload#26downloaditemid=322
  1523. engine = unknown
  1524. interfaces = USB
  1525. tested = regression
  1526. rating = good
  1527. nmea = 2.1
  1528. submitter = rickyconnell@gmail.com
  1529. logs = eXplorist110.log
  1530. [eXplorist 210]
  1531. type = device
  1532. vendor = Magellan
  1533. packaging = handset
  1534. techdoc = http://www.magellangps.com/assets/manuals/newprod/eXplorist%20210_US.pdf
  1535. engine = unknown
  1536. interfaces = USB
  1537. tested = regression
  1538. rating = good
  1539. nmea = 2.1
  1540. submitter = Paul van den Berg <paulberg@wanadoo.nl>
  1541. notes = USB has 3 modes &mdash; NMEA data comm (3 submodes): outputs GPS data
  1542. (creates /dev/ttyACM0), USB file transfer: transfer files (creates
  1543. /dev/sdX and /dev/sdX1), or Power Only: use USB only for electrical
  1544. power. The APA and XTE extensions choke gpsd, so select V2.1 GSA
  1545. under "NMEA Data Comm>".
  1546. logs = eXplorist210.log
  1547. [Thales AC12]
  1548. type = device
  1549. vendor = Magellan
  1550. packaging = OEM module
  1551. techdoc = ftp://ftp.magellangps.com/OEM,%20Sensor%20&amp;%20ADU/A12,%20%20B12,%20&amp;%20AC12/Techdoc%20Material/A12,%20B12%20&amp;%20AC12%20RM%20rev%20E.pdf
  1552. engine = unknown
  1553. interfaces = TTL
  1554. nmea = 3.0
  1555. tested = regression
  1556. rating = good
  1557. pps = True
  1558. pps_accuracy = 250ns
  1559. time_offset = ?
  1560. submitter = Chris Kuethe <chris.kuethe@gmail.com>
  1561. notes = Receiver comes up in silent mode, you may need to use ashctl to turn
  1562. on a default set of messages. Tested with firmware BQ00 and BQ04.
  1563. logs=ac12.log
  1564. [Triton 400]
  1565. type = device
  1566. vendor = Magellan
  1567. submitter = James Gerlach <jpgerlach@gmail.com>
  1568. techdoc = http://www.tritonforum.com/Files/UserManual_ENG.pdf
  1569. packaging = handset
  1570. uses = SiRF-3
  1571. firmware = GSW3.2.4
  1572. nmea = 2.1
  1573. interfaces = USB
  1574. tested = 3.8 and 3.5
  1575. rating = good
  1576. location = Wellington, FL, USA
  1577. date: 2013-03-31
  1578. logs=triton400.log
  1579. #% Motorola
  1580. [Oncore GT+]
  1581. type = device
  1582. vendor = Motorola
  1583. packaging = OEM module
  1584. techdoc = http://www.tapr.org/gps_oncorevp.html
  1585. engine = Motorola
  1586. interfaces = RS-232 or TTL
  1587. tested = 2.20
  1588. nmea = 2.2
  1589. pps = True
  1590. pps_accuracy = 50ns
  1591. time_offset = ?
  1592. rating = good
  1593. discontinued = True
  1594. submitter = Wojciech Kazubski <wk@ire.pw.edu.pl>
  1595. notes = RTCM input, no WAAS. In binary mode can deliver differential
  1596. correction for another Oncore GT+. Similar Motorola Oncore UT
  1597. timing receiver has less functions but better timing
  1598. accuracy.
  1599. logs = oncore.log
  1600. [T805]
  1601. type = device
  1602. vendor = Motorola
  1603. packaging = mouse
  1604. techdoc = http://www.motorola.com/motoinfo/product/detailsPf.jsp?globalObjectId=185
  1605. uses = SiRF-3
  1606. subtype = <a href="http://www.sirf.com/products/GSC3ProductInsert.pdf">GSC3f-7879</a>
  1607. interfaces = Bluetooth
  1608. tested = 2.35
  1609. submitter = Reported by Olivier Lahaye <olivier.lahaye@free.fr>
  1610. #% Navcom
  1611. [SF-2040G]
  1612. type = device
  1613. vendor = Navcom
  1614. packaging = survey
  1615. techdoc = http://www.navcomtech.com/Products/GPS/sf2040g.cfm
  1616. uses = Touchstone ASIC
  1617. interfaces = RS-232, Bluetooth, Radio (untested)
  1618. tested = 2.35
  1619. rating = good
  1620. nmea = 3.0
  1621. submitter = Diego Berge <gpsd@nippur.net>
  1622. #$ NaviSys
  1623. [GR601-W]
  1624. type = device
  1625. vendor = Navisys
  1626. packaging = mouse
  1627. techdoc = http://www.navisys.com.tw/products/image/130416/GR-601_flyer-130416.pdf
  1628. engine = LEA-6H
  1629. interfaces = USB
  1630. tested = 3.12
  1631. pps = True
  1632. pps_accuracy = 1ms
  1633. time_offset = ?
  1634. rating = excellent
  1635. eval-unit = esr, gary
  1636. submitter = Eric S. Raymond <esr@thyrsus.com>.
  1637. notes = Also known as the Macx-1, this is the USB variant of the
  1638. GR601, customized for timing use by connecting 1PPS to DCD
  1639. and capable of delivering time to 1ms accuracy. The best
  1640. indoor performer I have tested. Has one odd quirk: UBX
  1641. reporting can be turned on, but NMEA cannot be turned off.
  1642. logs = gr601-w.log
  1643. [GR8013-W]
  1644. type = device
  1645. submitter = Marc Thielemann <marc.thielemann@biama.de>
  1646. vendor = Navisys
  1647. techdoc = http://www.navisys.com.tw/products/GPS&GNSS_%20receivers/flyer/GR-801_flyer-150326.pdf
  1648. packaging = mouse
  1649. engine = LEA-8H
  1650. firmware = 2.01
  1651. nmea = 2.3, 4.1
  1652. interfaces = PL2303
  1653. tested = 3.15
  1654. rating = excellent
  1655. location = Berlin, Germany, 5230.88669N 01327.85593E
  1656. date = 2015-06-19
  1657. logs = g8013-w.log
  1658. [EVK 6H]
  1659. type = device
  1660. vendor = u-blox
  1661. packaging = other
  1662. techdoc = http://www.u-blox.com/images/downloads/Product_Docs/EVK-6_UserGuide_%28GPS.G6-EK-10040%29.pdf
  1663. engine = LEA-6H
  1664. interfaces = USB, RS232
  1665. tested = 3.9
  1666. pps = True
  1667. pps_accuracy = 1ms
  1668. time_offset = ?
  1669. rating = excellent
  1670. eval-unit = esr
  1671. submitter = Eric S. Raymond <esr@thyrsus.com>.
  1672. notes = The u-blox eval kit for the LEA-6H. Has a TCXO on a miniboard in
  1673. a nice aluminum case with both USB and serial output. PPS on DCD
  1674. and DSR. Good Stratum 0 time source.
  1675. #% Navius
  1676. [NSA-U3]
  1677. type = device
  1678. vendor = Navius
  1679. packaging = mouse
  1680. techdoc = http://www.navius.biz/
  1681. uses = SiRF-2
  1682. interfaces = USB
  1683. usbchip = pl2303
  1684. tested = 2.24
  1685. rating = excellent
  1686. submitter = Jeff Francis <jeff@gritch.org>
  1687. notes = Included with the horrible Windows navigation software from
  1688. Rand McNally.
  1689. #% NaviLock
  1690. [NL-209P]
  1691. type = device
  1692. vendor = NaviLock
  1693. packaging = mouse
  1694. techdoc = http://www.navilock.de/produkte/gruppen/3/Kabel_Empfaenger/61371_NL-209PU.html?show=spec
  1695. uses = Sony CXD2951
  1696. interfaces = USB, RS-232, Bluetooth
  1697. configurable = insane
  1698. usbchip = pl2303
  1699. tested = 2.35
  1700. nmea = 2.2
  1701. submitter = Jason Curl <jcurlnews@arcor.de>
  1702. notes = When running, need to use the -b option, else the device will
  1703. hang during the GPSD probing phase and it needs to be unplugged
  1704. and reinserted. To use this device with NTPd, set the the
  1705. "fudge" factor to 0.840. There is no known PPS signal associated
  1706. with this device. While the technical information claims 1us
  1707. accuracy on the clock, the interface is undocumented, so there
  1708. is no way to know if there is a usable 1PPS signal.
  1709. [NL-302U]
  1710. type = device
  1711. vendor = NaviLock
  1712. packaging = mouse
  1713. techdoc = http://www.navilock.de/produkte/gruppen/3/Kabel_Empfaenger/61422_NL-302U.html?show=spec
  1714. uses = SiRF-3
  1715. subtype = GSW3.2.4_3.1.00.12-SDK003P1
  1716. interfaces = USB
  1717. usbchip = pl2303
  1718. nmea = 2.34
  1719. submitter = Beat Bolli <me+gpsd@drbeat.li>
  1720. notes = <code>gpsprof</code> output can be found
  1721. <a href="http://www.drbeat.li/album/-Diverses/GPS/Navilock+NL-302U">here</a>.
  1722. [NL-402U USB]
  1723. type = device
  1724. engine = u-blox5 GPS &amp; GALILEO SuperSense
  1725. date = 2008-07-24
  1726. location = Neustadt / Holstein 54.05N 10.49 E
  1727. model = NL-402U USB Empfänger
  1728. interfaces = USB
  1729. packaging = mouse
  1730. rating = excellent
  1731. submitter = Klaus Plöger <k.ploeger@gastradata.de>
  1732. techdoc = http://www.navilock.de/download/PDFs/60095_-_NL-402U_Datenblatt/531
  1733. tested = regression
  1734. vendor = NaviLock
  1735. logs = nl402u.log
  1736. notes = Starts with RMC, ends with GLL.
  1737. [NL-551EUSB]
  1738. type = device
  1739. engine = u-blox5 GPS & GALILEO SuperSense
  1740. submitter = Bas van Duijnhoven <b.duijnhoven@chello.nl>
  1741. vendor = NaviLock
  1742. techdoc = http://www.navilock.de/files/11409.download
  1743. packaging = OEM module
  1744. interfaces = TTL
  1745. firmware = 6.02
  1746. nmea = 2.3
  1747. tested = 3.5
  1748. location = Rheden, NL, 52.002N 6.036E
  1749. date = 2012-07-03
  1750. rating = good
  1751. logs = nl551e.log
  1752. [BT-451]
  1753. type = device
  1754. engine= ANTARIS4
  1755. date = 2009-12-09
  1756. location = Lithuania, 55.8N 23.6E
  1757. model = BT-451
  1758. packaging = mouse
  1759. interfaces = USB
  1760. rating = good
  1761. submitter = Mindaugas <mindedie@zebra.lt>
  1762. techdoc = http://www.navilock.de/produkte/gruppen/28/Nicht_mehr_lieferbare_Artikel/60307_BT-451.html?show=spec
  1763. tested = 2.39
  1764. vendor = NaviLock
  1765. logs = bt451.log
  1766. notes = Uses the ANTARIS4 ATR062x variant.
  1767. [NL-8002U]
  1768. type=device
  1769. submitter = Manfred Günzl <osb_mgu@gmx.de>
  1770. vendor = NaviLock
  1771. techdoc = http://www.navilock.de/produkte/G_62523/dokumente.html
  1772. packaging = mouse
  1773. engine = LEA-8H
  1774. firmware = SW 2.01 (75331),HW 00080000,PROTVER 15.00
  1775. nmea = V3.01
  1776. interfaces = Other
  1777. tested = 3.15
  1778. rating = excellent
  1779. location = Schramberg Sulgen, DE, 48.2N 8.4E
  1780. date = 2015-10-10
  1781. logs = nl2008u.log
  1782. #% NavMan
  1783. [Jupiter 20]
  1784. type = device
  1785. vendor = NavMan
  1786. packaging = chipset
  1787. techdoc =
  1788. uses = SiRF-2
  1789. subtype = Jupiter 21DR Firmware
  1790. interfaces = RS-232
  1791. tested = 2.32
  1792. nmea = 2.2
  1793. discontinued = True
  1794. submitter = Andreas Stricker <andreas.stricker@fela.ch>
  1795. notes = Not a complete GPS, but a chipset. It is running with an external
  1796. gyro on a our self-developed board.
  1797. #%Navis Engineering Bureau
  1798. [CH-4711]
  1799. type = device
  1800. vendor = Navis Engineering Bureau
  1801. engine = CH-4706
  1802. date = 2009-11-21
  1803. firmware = m4706 03.10 02/06/09 | 12044 | M2002 05.01 02/06/09
  1804. nmea = 3.0?
  1805. packaging = mouse
  1806. interfaces = USB
  1807. usbchip = FTDI FT232
  1808. rating = good
  1809. submitter = walkie@mail.ru
  1810. techdoc = http://navis.ru/downloads/CH-4711_USB/
  1811. logs = ch-4711.log
  1812. notes = By default the device does not report 2d fixes; the vendor
  1813. configuration tool offers checkboxes to enable any combination of
  1814. none, 2D fixes, 3D fixes, or both. The devices has only a very
  1815. limited set of NMEA controls but speaks a proprietary vendor format
  1816. called BINR with more capabilities.
  1817. [NAVIOR-24]
  1818. type = device
  1819. engine = CH-4701
  1820. interfaces = TTL
  1821. date = 2008-05-29
  1822. location = Minsk, Belarus, 53N 27E
  1823. model = NAVIOR-24
  1824. packaging = OEM module
  1825. rating = good
  1826. submitter = Viktar Palstsiuk <viktar.palstsiuk@promwad.com>
  1827. techdoc = http://navis.ru/en/catalog_110_139.html
  1828. vendor = Navis Engineering Bureau
  1829. notes = NAVIOR-24 is the single board 24-channel navigation OEM receiver
  1830. supporting GLONASS/GPS systems.
  1831. logs = ch-4701.log
  1832. #%Navisys
  1833. [GR-300]
  1834. type = device
  1835. uses = SiRF-3
  1836. date = 2009-07-03
  1837. firmware = GSW3.2.4Pat2_3.1.00.12-SDK001P1.00
  1838. interfaces = USB
  1839. location = East Haddon, Northampton, England, UK, 53.3N, 1.02W
  1840. model = GR-300
  1841. nmea = 3.0
  1842. packaging = mouse
  1843. rating = excellent
  1844. submitter = sk1ppy14@yahoo.co.uk
  1845. techdoc = http://www.navisys.com.tw/products/image/GR-300_flyer-080409.pdf
  1846. tested = 2.38
  1847. vendor = Navisys
  1848. notes = Also includes an (untested) Bluetooth interface. Has two LEDs:
  1849. blue for bluetooth, green for rating. Solid green = on and searching
  1850. for satellite fixes. Blinking green = on and has 3D fix.
  1851. Also a similar GR-310 version available. It is possible that only GR-310
  1852. supports Bluetooth. Programs only seem to be able to communicate
  1853. with the dongle at 4800 baud rates, though this is autodetected by gpsd
  1854. with no problems. Approx &pound;40 per <a href="http://www.navisys.com.tw/products/gps_usb_dongle.htm">dongle</a>.
  1855. #%Nokia
  1856. [LD-4W]
  1857. type = device
  1858. uses = SiRF-3
  1859. date = 2009-12-05
  1860. location = Oulu, FI, 65N 25E
  1861. model = LD-4W
  1862. interfaces = Bluetooth
  1863. noconfigure = yes
  1864. packaging = mouse
  1865. rating = fair
  1866. submitter = jussi.kivilinna@mbnet.fi
  1867. techdoc = http://www.microsoft.com/en/mobile/phones/
  1868. tested = 2.39
  1869. vendor = Nokia
  1870. logs = nokia-ld-4w.log
  1871. notes = I first tried gpsd package from Ubuntu 9.10, which broke
  1872. device on probe. Luckily this device has 'reset' function by
  1873. pressing power button for 10 sec. Then I recompiled gpsd with
  1874. only support for Generic NMEA and SiRF binary and with fixed
  1875. speed (--enable-fixed-port-speed=9600). Now device works in sirf
  1876. mode, and does not break on probe.
  1877. #% NovAtel
  1878. [SuperStar II (202)]
  1879. type = device
  1880. vendor = NovAtel
  1881. packaging = OEM Module
  1882. uses = NovAtel-L1
  1883. techdoc = http://www.novatel.com/Documents/Manuals/om-20000077.pdf
  1884. tested = 2.38
  1885. discontinued = True
  1886. interfaces = RS-232
  1887. pps = True
  1888. submitter = Chris Kuethe <chris.kuethe@gmail.com>
  1889. notes = There are quite a number of models of SuperStarII, this is a
  1890. 169-613955-202 (1Hz, Carrier Phase, Timing, 19200). Other SuperStarII
  1891. boards should work.
  1892. #% Parrot
  1893. [CK3300]
  1894. type = device
  1895. vendor = Parrot
  1896. packaging = handsfree
  1897. techdoc = http://www.parrot.com/
  1898. engine = unknown
  1899. interfaces = Bluetooth
  1900. tested = 2.35
  1901. rating = good
  1902. nmea = 2.?
  1903. submitter = Andy Brown <andy@thebmwz3.co.uk>
  1904. notes = In-car hands-free bluetooth phone and GPS device. Outputs NMEA
  1905. #% Pharos
  1906. [GPS-360]
  1907. type = device
  1908. vendor = Pharos
  1909. packaging = mouse
  1910. techdoc = http://www.pharosgps.com/support/igps360_spec.htm
  1911. uses = SiRF-2
  1912. interfaces = USB
  1913. usbchip = pl2303
  1914. tested = regression
  1915. nmea = 2.3
  1916. discontinued = True
  1917. submitter = Robert Pouliot <krynos@saturnus.com>
  1918. notes = The Pharos comes with adaptors for SDIO, CF, USB and plain
  1919. RS-232. Usually ships with XTrac firmware. It is strongly
  1920. recommended that this device not be flashed with a different
  1921. firmware as all reflashed receivers tested thus far fail to work
  1922. afterward. May come bundled with Microsoft Streets and Trips.
  1923. [iGPS-500]
  1924. type = device
  1925. vendor = Pharos
  1926. packaging = mouse
  1927. techdoc = http://www.pharosgps.com/products/proddetail.asp?prod=006_PB010_1.00&amp;cat=141
  1928. uses = SiRF-3
  1929. subtype = GSC3f
  1930. usbchip = PL2303
  1931. interfaces = USB
  1932. tested = 2.3
  1933. submitter = Aurelian Maga <aurelianmaga@yahoo.com>
  1934. #% Phonix
  1935. [BGR6205]
  1936. type = device
  1937. vendor = Phonix
  1938. packaging = mouse
  1939. techdoc = http://www.phonix.it/html/catalogo_dettaglio.cfm?idProducts=E09B5AB7-BCDF-DF66-24853E2B4680AB2C
  1940. uses = SiRF-2
  1941. interfaces = Bluetooth
  1942. configurable = insane
  1943. tested = 2.34
  1944. nmea = 2.2
  1945. notes = As this is a Bluetooth device, gpsd must either be run with "-b" or must
  1946. be compiled with fixed port speed, as the Bluetooth interface does not
  1947. tolerate port speed changes at all. Reported by Sebastiano Zabert
  1948. (no emal address)
  1949. #% Qstarz
  1950. [BT-Q818]
  1951. type = device
  1952. vendor = Qstarz
  1953. uses = MTK
  1954. interfaces = Bluetooth
  1955. date = 2010-06-03
  1956. location = +34d 1m 58.80sec, -117deg 44min 49.56sec
  1957. model = BT-Q818
  1958. notes = Had to use the -b option.
  1959. packaging = mouse
  1960. rating = excellent
  1961. sample_notes = Not moving. Left unit on a north facing window sill.
  1962. submitter = jason.komut+gpsd@gmail.com
  1963. techdoc = http://www.qstarz.com/download/BT-Q818%20Quick%20Guide-V1.pdf
  1964. tested = 2.92-4
  1965. logs=bt-q818.log
  1966. #% RF Solutions
  1967. [GPS-320FW]
  1968. type = device
  1969. engine = SE4100L
  1970. interfaces = TTL
  1971. nmea = 3.01
  1972. packaging = chipset
  1973. rating = fair
  1974. submitter = Stoo <f4eru@free.fr>
  1975. techdoc = http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk/acatalog/DS320-2.pdf
  1976. vendor = RF Solutions
  1977. notes = Has a binary protcol documetened at
  1978. http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk/acatalog/DS-41COM-2.pdf.
  1979. Sat-simulator testing reveals that the chipset does not handle
  1980. dates after 2019 well; they wrap to 1999. The device sends out
  1981. "$PLCS,REV,PLN012054S07,070312,145743" at reset, not documented.
  1982. May actually be manufactured by Unitraq as the GP-320FW.
  1983. #% Rikaline
  1984. [GPS-6010 USB]
  1985. type = device
  1986. vendor = Rikaline
  1987. packaging = mouse
  1988. techdoc = http://www.rikaline.com/download/GPS-6010-Manual-E.pdf
  1989. uses = SiRF-2
  1990. interfaces = USB
  1991. usbchip = pl2303
  1992. tested = 2.20
  1993. nmea = 2.2
  1994. notes = Uses SiRF firmware version 2.3.2-GSW2-2.05.024-C1Prod1.1. Manufacturer
  1995. claims it is waterproof (1 meter), WAAS and EGNOS are supported.
  1996. [GPS-6010-X5]
  1997. type = device
  1998. vendor = Rikaline
  1999. packaging = mouse
  2000. techdoc = http://www.rikaline.com/gps_receiver.htm
  2001. uses = SiRF-2
  2002. interfaces = USB
  2003. usbchip = PL2303
  2004. tested = 2.20
  2005. nmea = 2.2
  2006. submitter = Koos van den Hout <koos@kzdoos.xs4all.nl>
  2007. notes = The USB cable is a separate item to order. You can also order an
  2008. RS-232 cable or a PDA cable.
  2009. #% Royaltek
  2010. [Sapphire USB]
  2011. type = device
  2012. vendor = Royaltek
  2013. packaging = mouse
  2014. techdoc = http://www.royaltek.com/content/view/27/27/
  2015. uses = SiRF-2
  2016. interfaces = USB
  2017. tested = 1.97
  2018. nmea = 2.2
  2019. notes = There is an RS-232 variant as well, not yet tested.
  2020. [RGM-3600]
  2021. type = device
  2022. uses = SiRF-3
  2023. firmware = GSW3.2.5_3.3.01.06_SDK001P1.00
  2024. interfaces = USB
  2025. nmea = 3.0
  2026. notes = Works out of the box.
  2027. packaging = mouse
  2028. rating = excellent
  2029. submitter = Stijn Ghesquiere <stijn@applesnail.net>
  2030. techdoc = http://www.royaltek.com/FileDownload.php?dir=Product_C1_Info&amp;file=RGM-3600%20operational%20manual%20V1_1209966059.pdf
  2031. tested = 2.37
  2032. vendor = Royaltek
  2033. [RGM-3800]
  2034. type = device
  2035. techdoc = http://www.royaltek.com/products_dtl.php?cid=2&amp;id=23&amp;argPage=1&amp;argI=3
  2036. vendor = Royaltek
  2037. packaging = mouse
  2038. uses = SiRF-2
  2039. subtype = GSC3f/LP
  2040. interfaces = USB (PL2303)
  2041. tested = regression
  2042. nmea = 3.0
  2043. submitter = Philipp Klenze <hq.ks@web.de>
  2044. notes = This is a GPS data logger with mouse functionality. Before it can be
  2045. used with gpsd, the mouse functionality has to be switched on. That
  2046. can be done with the rgm3800py utility by Karsten Petersen. The author of
  2047. said tool has been very helpful to me by describing how to do that on
  2048. the <a href="http://code.google.com/p/rgm3800py/wiki/GPSd">
  2049. projectpage</a>. Basically, one needs to run "rgm3800.py -d
  2050. /dev/ttyUSB0 gmouse on" before starting gpsd.
  2051. #% Saab
  2052. [Saab R4]
  2053. type = device
  2054. date = 2011-06-01
  2055. interfaces = Other
  2056. model = SAAB AIS GPS R4 positioning system
  2057. uses = Pilot Plug
  2058. notes = This is data from the PilotPlug, AIS + NMEA from various
  2059. instruments on a Transas bridge. This is not normal GPS
  2060. data. Pilotplugs are RS422, 38400 8N1. This data is obtained via
  2061. a Moxa UPort 1130 using Minicom. GPSD does not work well with
  2062. the UPort 1130, but the data is recognised (but not all NMEA
  2063. sentences). This is from a simulator but with real equipment.
  2064. packaging = other
  2065. rating = broken
  2066. submitter = vwf@vulkor.net
  2067. techdoc = http://www.saabgroup.com/Civil-security/Maritime-Transportation-and-Port-Security/Traffic-Management-Solutions/Shipborne-AIS--NAV-Solutions/R4-GPS--DGPS--Navigation-System/
  2068. tested = 2.95
  2069. vendor = Saab
  2070. logs = saab-r4
  2071. #% San Jose Navigation
  2072. [FV-18]
  2073. type = device
  2074. vendor = San Jose Navigation
  2075. packaging = OEM module
  2076. techdoc = http://www.sanav.com/gps_engine_board/fv-18.htm
  2077. engine = FV-18
  2078. interfaces = UART
  2079. tested = 2.0
  2080. rating = good
  2081. nmea = 2.3
  2082. notes = Special gpsd support uses 8N2 and requests sentences that gpsd requires.
  2083. OEM module only, not a retail product.
  2084. [FV-25]
  2085. type = device
  2086. vendor = San Jose Navigation
  2087. packaging = OEM module
  2088. techdoc = http://www.tri-m.com/products/systems/fv25.html
  2089. uses = ANTARIS
  2090. subtype = TIM-LP
  2091. interfaces = UART
  2092. tested = 2.34
  2093. pps = True
  2094. notes = OEM module, available in small quantities from Tri-M
  2095. systems. The ANTARIS chipset is obsolete, replaced by
  2096. ANTARIS4. This module works in NMEA mode; gpsd also supports the
  2097. UBX binary protocol. Firmware updates are available from ublox;
  2098. the update is strongly recommended as it fixes a number of UBX
  2099. bugs, and adds useful new features.
  2100. [FV-M11]
  2101. type = device
  2102. vendor = San Jose Navigation
  2103. engine = MTK
  2104. packaging = OEM module
  2105. techdoc = http://www.sanav.com/gps_engine_board/FV-M7_FV-M11.htm
  2106. interfaces = UART
  2107. rating = good
  2108. tested = regression
  2109. submitter = Henk Fijnvandraat (no email address)
  2110. logs = mtk-3301.log
  2111. [GM-38/12V]
  2112. type = device
  2113. vendor = San Jose Navigation
  2114. packaging = mouse
  2115. techdoc = http://www.tri-m.com/products/systems/gm38.html
  2116. engine = Furuno GN-77
  2117. interfaces = RS-232
  2118. tested = 2.21
  2119. nmea = 2.x
  2120. discontinued = True
  2121. rating = broken
  2122. notes = Ships bad packet checksums when it does not have a fix.
  2123. #%Sejat
  2124. [SJ-5210]
  2125. type = device
  2126. engine = SiRF-3
  2127. date = 2011-05-04
  2128. interfaces = USB
  2129. location = Boise, ID: 43deg 33min 52sec N / 116deg 13min 22sec W
  2130. model = SJ-5210
  2131. notes = Page that comes with it states: NMEA 0183 - CGA, GSA, GSV, RMC
  2132. Baud Rate - 4800 bps; Datum WGS-84
  2133. SiRF Star III 20-channel
  2134. -159 dBm sensitivity
  2135. Frequency L1, 1575.42 Mhz, C/A Code: 1023 Mhz Chip Rate
  2136. Acq time: Hot start 1 sec/ warm start 38 sec/cold start 42 sec (ave)
  2137. WAAS/EGNOS supported
  2138. Do not know (but doubt) device handles baud rate changes.
  2139. packaging = mouse
  2140. rating = excellent
  2141. submitter = rickyrockrat <gpib@rickyrockrat.net>
  2142. techdoc = http://www.sejats.com/SEJAT-SJ-5210-USB-Mouse-GPS-Receiver-w-SiRF-star-III-SJ-5210.htm
  2143. tested = 2.92
  2144. vendor = Sejat
  2145. #%Skytraq
  2146. [Venus634LP]
  2147. type = device
  2148. engine = SkyTraq Venus 6
  2149. interfaces = TTL
  2150. date = 2010-02-05
  2151. firmware = ver,011023,rev,090210
  2152. location = Minsk, Belarus, 53N 27E
  2153. model = Venus634LP
  2154. nmea = 3.01
  2155. notes = Supports A-GPS from the SkyTraq FTP server.
  2156. packaging = OEM module
  2157. rating = good
  2158. submitter = Viktar Palstsiuk <viktar.palstsiuk@promwad.com>
  2159. techdoc = http://www.skytraq.com.tw/download/Venus634LPx_PB_v3.pdf
  2160. tested = 2.90
  2161. vendor = SkyTraq
  2162. logs = venus634lp.log
  2163. #%Sure
  2164. [SKG16B]
  2165. type = device
  2166. users = MTK
  2167. engine = MTK
  2168. interfaces = Bluetooth, USB, RS-232
  2169. date = 2015-04-11
  2170. firmware = MTK-3301 AXN_1.36-0000
  2171. model = SKG16B
  2172. nmea = 3.01
  2173. notes = See David Taylor's page: http://www.satsignal.eu/ntp/Sure-GPS.htm
  2174. techdoc = http://sure-electronics.net/download/GP-GS010_Ver2.0_EN.pdf
  2175. packaging = OEM module
  2176. rating = excellent
  2177. pps = True
  2178. pps_accuracy = 50ns
  2179. time_offset = ?
  2180. submitter = Sanjeev Gupta <ghane0@gmail.com>
  2181. tested = 3.14
  2182. vendor = Sure
  2183. #% Techway
  2184. [TP-051]
  2185. type = device
  2186. vendor = Techway
  2187. packaging = mouse
  2188. techdoc = http://www.techwayinc.com.tw/TP-051.htm
  2189. uses = SiRF-2
  2190. interfaces = USB
  2191. usbchip = pl2303
  2192. tested = 2.3
  2193. nmea = 2.x
  2194. discontinued = True
  2195. notes = Advertises that it is waterproof.
  2196. #% Telit
  2197. [SL869]
  2198. type = device
  2199. engine = STA8088
  2200. submitter = Arn <arnerro@gmail.com>
  2201. vendor = Telit
  2202. techdoc = http://www.telit.com/module/infopool/download.php?id=4906
  2203. firmware = TELIT SW Version: SL869 v3.1.2.1 -STD -N96
  2204. packaging = OEM module
  2205. interfaces = TTL
  2206. location = Sydney, NSW, AU, -33.68 151.29
  2207. rating = good
  2208. date = 2012-11-25
  2209. logs = sl869.log
  2210. #% TomTom
  2211. [TomTom Go910]
  2212. type = device
  2213. vendor = TomTom
  2214. packaging = handsfree
  2215. techdoc = http://www.tomtom.com/en_us/drive/car/products/
  2216. engine = SiRF-3
  2217. interfaces = USB
  2218. nmea = None
  2219. rating = broken
  2220. notes = This device does not have real-time data output, and is incompatible
  2221. with GPSD.
  2222. [Mark II Bluetooth GPS]
  2223. type = device
  2224. vendor = TomTom
  2225. engine = SiRF-3
  2226. interfaces = Bluetooth
  2227. date = 2010-06-20
  2228. location = Veldhoven, NL
  2229. nmea = Version 2.2
  2230. packaging = mouse
  2231. rating = good
  2232. sample_notes = The unit was stationary (sorry). It is a putty log after connecting to port 2947.
  2233. submitter = Jose Baars peut@peut.org
  2234. techdoc = http://download.tomtom.com/open/manuals/mob5_nav5/Wireless_GPS_manual_NAV5_MOB5.pdf
  2235. tested = 2.36
  2236. logs = tomtom-mkII.log
  2237. notes = I use this GPS as a time source. I use a time1 parameter of
  2238. -1.4 in /etc/ntp.conf, but then it appears to provide time
  2239. reliably within 100ms and only limited sky view.
  2240. #% Transystem
  2241. [iGPS-M]
  2242. type = device
  2243. vendor = Transystem
  2244. packaging = mouse
  2245. techdoc = http://www.transystem.com.tw/products/index_detail.php?mcat_no=2&amp;cat_no=32&amp;pno=10&amp;ver=en
  2246. uses = uNav
  2247. interfaces = USB
  2248. usbchip = pl2303
  2249. tested = 2.28
  2250. submitter = Romain Goyet <r.goyet@gmail.com>
  2251. notes = Formerly sold under the corporate name "Bona CompuTech".
  2252. [737A+ Bluetooth]
  2253. type = device
  2254. uses = MTK
  2255. date = 2011-11-10
  2256. interfaces = Bluetooth
  2257. location = Bend, Oregon 44N, 121W
  2258. model = 737A+ Bluetooth
  2259. nmea = 3.01
  2260. notes = USB ID: 0e8d:3329. Bluetooth (V1.2) and USB (V2) output. Linux sees
  2261. the USB as a cell phone (/dev/ttyACM0). Seems a tad less
  2262. sensitive than a SiRF III, but has 66 channels. Uses
  2263. replaceable Lithium Ion battery that charges from the mini-USB
  2264. connector. Small yet 32 hour runtime on a single charge.
  2265. packaging = mouse
  2266. rating = excellent
  2267. sample_notes = Covered up with aluminum foil until lost lock, started capture,
  2268. removed foil and logged until a good fix.
  2269. submitter = Gary E. Miller <gem@rellim.com>
  2270. techdoc = http://www.transystem.com.tw/product/53/737A+%20User%20Manual_v1.3.pdf
  2271. tested = 3.2
  2272. logs = tr737A+.log
  2273. vendor = Transystem
  2274. #% Trimble
  2275. [Trimble Lassen SK]
  2276. type = device
  2277. vendor = Trimble
  2278. packaging = OEM module
  2279. techdoc = http://www.trimble.com/lassensk2.shtml
  2280. engine = Colossus RF ASIC, Scorpion DSP
  2281. interfaces = UART
  2282. tested = 2.26
  2283. rating = good
  2284. nmea = 2.1
  2285. notes = Reported by Rob Janssen (no email address)
  2286. [Trimble Lassen IQ]
  2287. type = device
  2288. vendor = Trimble
  2289. packaging = OEM module
  2290. techdoc = http://www.trimble.com/lasseniq.shtml
  2291. engine = Colossus RF ASIC, IO-C33 (Epson C33 RISC)
  2292. interfaces = USB,RS-232
  2293. pps = True
  2294. pps_accuracy = 50ns
  2295. time_offset = 0.675s
  2296. usbchip = CP2102
  2297. tested = regression
  2298. rating = good
  2299. nmea = 3.0
  2300. submitter = Chris Kuethe <chris.kuethe@gmail.com>
  2301. logs = trimble-lassen_iq-3dfix.log, trimble-lassen_iq-playacar.log,
  2302. trimble-lassen_iq.log
  2303. [Trimble BX960]
  2304. type = device
  2305. vendor = Trimble
  2306. packaging = OEM module
  2307. techdoc = http://www.trimble.com/embeddedsystems/pdf/bx960_ds.pdf
  2308. engine = BD960
  2309. interfaces = Ethernet
  2310. tested = regression
  2311. rating = good
  2312. submitter = Miika Ojanen <mojanen@hytti.uku.fi>
  2313. notes = Firmware versoon 4.00, dated 2009-03-10
  2314. [Accutime Gold]
  2315. type = device
  2316. packaging = other
  2317. submitter = Venkatesh Sandilya <vsandilya@gmail.com>
  2318. vendor = Trimble
  2319. techdoc = http://www.trimble.com/timing/acutime-gold-gps-antenna.aspx?dtID=support
  2320. engine = Trimble custom
  2321. interfaces = RS-232
  2322. tested = 3.9
  2323. rating = excellent
  2324. date = 2013-08-28
  2325. #% u-blox
  2326. [ANTARIS LEA-4H]
  2327. type = device
  2328. vendor = u-blox
  2329. packaging = OEM module
  2330. techdoc = http://www.u-blox.com/products/lea_4h.html
  2331. uses = ANTARIS4
  2332. tested = regression
  2333. interfaces = RS-232
  2334. pps = True
  2335. submitter = Andreas Stricker <andreas.stricker@fela.ch>
  2336. [ANTARIS LEA-4S]
  2337. type = device
  2338. vendor = u-blox
  2339. packaging = OEM module
  2340. techdoc = http://www.u-blox.com/products/lea_4s.html
  2341. uses = ANTARIS4
  2342. interfaces = USB,UART
  2343. tested = regression
  2344. submitter = Ali Utku Selen <selenau@kentkart.com.tr>
  2345. [ANTARIS LEA-4T]
  2346. type = device
  2347. vendor = u-blox
  2348. packaging = OEM module
  2349. techdoc = http://www.u-blox.com/products/lea_4t.html
  2350. uses = ANTARIS4
  2351. interfaces = USB,UART
  2352. tested = regression
  2353. pps = True
  2354. pps_accuracy = 50ns
  2355. time_offset = ?
  2356. submitter = Chris Kuethe <chris.kuethe@gmail.com>
  2357. [EVK-5H-0]
  2358. type = device
  2359. uses = LEA-5H
  2360. date = 2010-08-21
  2361. interfaces = USB
  2362. location = Rotterdam, NL, 51.9N 4.6E
  2363. model = EVK-5H-0
  2364. packaging = other
  2365. rating = other
  2366. submitter = Stephan Dierick <sac.dierick@hccnet.nl>
  2367. techdoc = http://www.u-blox.com/images/downloads/Product_Docs/u-blox5_Protocol_Specifications%28GPS.G5-X-07036%29.pdf
  2368. vendor = u-blox
  2369. [LEA 5Q]
  2370. type = device
  2371. engine = UBLOX NEO-5Q
  2372. date = 2011-02-02
  2373. interfaces = TTL
  2374. pps = True
  2375. pps_accuracy = 50ns
  2376. time_offset = ?
  2377. location = Adelaide, AU, 34.9S, 138.6E
  2378. model = LEA 5Q
  2379. notes = Sample contains GPGST (pseudorange noise statistics).
  2380. This had to be manually enabled by sending "$PUBX,40,GST,1,1,1,0*5A\n"
  2381. to the device.
  2382. packaging = OEM module
  2383. rating = excellent
  2384. submitter = Thomas Sprinkmeier <thomas.sprinkmeier@gmail.com>
  2385. techdoc = http://www.u-blox.com/customersupport/gps.g5/u-blox5_Protocol_Specifications(GPS.G5-X-07036).pdf
  2386. tested = 2.95
  2387. vendor = u-blox
  2388. logs = ublox-lea-5q.log
  2389. [EVK-6H-0]
  2390. type = device
  2391. uses = LEA-6H
  2392. date = 2013-10-24
  2393. interfaces = R232, USB
  2394. location = Malvern, PA, 40N 75W
  2395. model = EVK-6H-0
  2396. packaging = other
  2397. rating = excellent
  2398. pps_accuracy = 50ns
  2399. time_offset = ?
  2400. submitter = Eric S. Raymond <esr@thyrsus.com>
  2401. techdoc = http://www.u-blox.com/images/downloads/Product_Docs/u-blox6_ReceiverDescriptionProtocolSpec_%28GPS.G6-SW-10018%29.pdf
  2402. vendor = u-blox
  2403. notes = This is the u-blox eval kit for the LEA-6H. Has both USB and
  2404. RS232 with PPS outputs. Excellent indoor performance, and well
  2405. suited for time service even though the 6H is not specialized
  2406. for that.
  2407. #% UniTraq
  2408. [WGM-300U]
  2409. type = device
  2410. vendor = UniTraq
  2411. packaging = mouse
  2412. techdoc = http://www.wintec.com.tw/en/support_detail.php?cate_id=11&amp;support_id=14
  2413. uses = Sony CXD2951
  2414. configurable = insane
  2415. interfaces = USB
  2416. usbchip = CP2101
  2417. tested = 2.35
  2418. nmea = 3.0
  2419. submitter = Reported by Ian Darwin <ian@darwinsys.com>
  2420. notes = This receiver operates as a generic NMEA device, the Sony
  2421. binary protocol is unsupported. The receiver seems to lock up if
  2422. too much data is thrown at it (ie. gpsd probes) thus it may
  2423. require a read-only (-b) instance of gpsd. (We say 'may' because
  2424. more recent instances of gpsd break the probe writes into pieces
  2425. interleaved with read, and may no longer trigger this problem)
  2426. [UD731]
  2427. type = device
  2428. vendor = UniTraq
  2429. packaging = dongle
  2430. techdoc = http://www.unitraq.com/product_main.php?id=17
  2431. engine = Skytraq Venus 524c
  2432. rating = excellent
  2433. interfaces = USB
  2434. usbchip = CP2101
  2435. tested = 3.4
  2436. nmea = 3.01
  2437. submitter = Reported by Eric S. Raymond <esr@thyrsus.com>
  2438. notes = Device has two variants; the basic receiver is 'R' and the
  2439. version with additional data-logger capability is N. Emits only NMEA.
  2440. Some Web sources incorrectly describe it as SiRF-3-based.
  2441. #%Variotek
  2442. [VT-BT-204]
  2443. type = device
  2444. engine = Skytraq Venus 6
  2445. date = 2010-03-20
  2446. model = VT-BT-204
  2447. packaging = mouse
  2448. interfaces = Bluetooth
  2449. #location = 48.13333 N 11.593281 E
  2450. #sample_notes = all time fixed
  2451. submitter = <claus.seitter@arcor.de> Claus Seitter
  2452. techdoc = http://variotek.de/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/vt_bt204_guide_english.pdf
  2453. vendor = Variotek
  2454. rating = good
  2455. #% Wintec
  2456. [WBT-200]
  2457. type = device
  2458. vendor = Wintec
  2459. packaging = mouse
  2460. techdoc = http://www.wintec.com.tw/en/product_detail.php?pro_id=57
  2461. engine = FastraX iTrax03
  2462. interfaces = Bluetooth, USB
  2463. usbchip = CP2101
  2464. tested = regression
  2465. nmea = 3.0
  2466. rating = good
  2467. submitter = Chris Kuethe <chris.kuethe@gmail.com>
  2468. notes = This receiver operates correctly as a generic NMEA device,
  2469. iTalk support is also functional, though switching between NMEA
  2470. and iTalk does not yet work, nor does any device configuration.
  2471. [WBT-201]
  2472. type = device
  2473. vendor = Wintec
  2474. packaging = mouse
  2475. techdoc = http://www.wintec.com.tw/en/product_detail.php?pro_id=65
  2476. uses = ANTARIS4
  2477. interfaces = Bluetooth, USB
  2478. usbchip = CP2101
  2479. tested = 2.33
  2480. submitter = Espen Talberg <espental@gmail.com>
  2481. notes = This receiver operates correctly as a generic NMEA device, UBX support
  2482. is also functional, though switching between NMEA and UBX does not yet
  2483. work, nor does any device configuration.