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nlgamer1

I would like to build a device with a GPSbee that needs to store GPS coordinates on a USB drive. But i don't have any experience with GPSbee's or xbee's. So my question is how do you do that? What parts are needed? What programming code? Can you just let it send data over the serial connection(TX, RX)?

Thank you in advance.

PaulS

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But i don't have any experience with GPSbee's

Nor with posting links, either, apparently.

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needs to store GPS coordinates on a USB drive.

Good luck with that. It is NOT a trivial project. You need a USB Host shield and a lot of work writing a driver.

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What parts are needed?

For what?

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What programming code?

A setup() and loop() function, at a minimum.

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Can you just let it send data over the serial connection(TX, RX)?

Yes. Of course, it helps to know what "it" is, and what you are sending data to.

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