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Johnny D

We have updated the GPS shield to include Mega, Duo, and Leonardo.

And a picture of our latest build!

ursm

and what is the improvement of this version?

Johnny D

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Nov 02, 2012, 05:53 pm Last Edit: Nov 02, 2012, 11:27 pm by Johnny D Reason: 1
One really big one:  we've added solder jumpers on the bottom that let you use it with the Mega version of the Arduino.  You can use these to use a different set of communication lines if you need the original lines for your project.  

If this sounds confusing, we have added the schematic and board drawings:  http://dexterindustries.com/files/GPS_Shield_2.0.zip

Another one: the software and examples were updated for the latest Arduino 1.0.1.  We added a few examples and additional calculations that let you calculate distances to destinations and times easier: http://dexterindustries.com/files/dGPS.zip

ursm

hi
both links point to the same zip file with .sch and .brd
the link to the examples is missing.

BUT it's still incompatible with the 3.3V specification of the GPS receiver!

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