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PaulS

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Need to see the code (use the # icon!) and some sample output.

amignec

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and some sample output.

Yes, sorry, I forgot to paste it..
from gps module using: Serial.println(uart_gps.read()); i get this numbers:

230
24
158
152
120
230
120
6
207
12
240
24
248
24
231
24
158
24
158
152
224
24
231
24
158
152
120
6
240
12
207
24
224
152
230
152
230
24
158
24
and so on...  :(

PaulS

The only other thing that might be happening is that the data is inverted. Fortunately, the NewSoftSerial class can un-invert the data for you, if you set the (optional) 3rd argument to true.

wayneft

It could also be the GPS is in binary output mode instead of NMEA ouput.
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amignec


The only other thing that might be happening is that the data is inverted. Fortunately, the NewSoftSerial class can un-invert the data for you, if you set the (optional) 3rd argument to true.

Tryed.... nothing... still numbers.. differents but still only numbers without a way to parse them.


It could also be the GPS is in binary output mode instead of NMEA ouput.

If you are right is there ia easy way to read the data?

Thank you..

maybe it is the time to think to buy a new gps module..

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