I recently bought the LEA-6H smart. Now I want to connect it to my Arduino.http://www.rfdesign.co.za/pages/5645456/Products/GPS-Products/Receiver-Boards.asp
So I plugged the 5V to 5V and the gnd to gnd and the TTL out to my arduino uno pin3.
I user the software serial library and im reading in the data, but the data comes in as random junk.
What format do I get the data in. I thought it comes in as BYTE.
I tried a baud rate of 9600 and 4800 on my software serial library that reading in data.
So this is what i used. Serial.print(mySerial.read(), BYTE)
char c = (char)mySerial.read();
what must I wrote to get the proper format. Sorry this must be really dumb question. But I tried alot of things.
Further, (Serial.print(mySerial.read(), BYTE))I dont know why but my arduino 1.0 IDE does not support this so I used the arduino 0022 IDE and it recognises that.