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GPS Module differences

Postby RadarBoy » Fri Jun 26, 2009 5:15 pm

Hi,

I am looking to build one of these GPS speedometers (well, it will be a simpler version that will show just the speed, similar to what ericw wrote about in the other topic). I was wondering though if there were any cheaper GPS modules that could be used instead of the V23993-A1035D. What about the V23993-A1037-A for example? It's half the price (but might need an antenna which would add a few $?) but would it be a suitable replacement?

Thanks in advance for any input anyone might have

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Re: GPS Module differences

Postby Mike » Sat Jun 27, 2009 7:11 am

As far as the communication protocol it should work.
Hooking up an antenna might be nontrivial, if you have solder pads out and need an RF connector.

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