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Documents — NavSpark. Information particular to a specific product can be found on their product page in NavSpark Shop . Common information for NavSpark products are provided here. NavSpark, NavSpark-BD, NavSpark-GL, NavSpark-mini User Guide (.pdf, ver 0.9) NavSpark Programmer Guide (.pdf, version 0.4) GNSS Viewer User Guide (.pdf 20151224)

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Installing drivers for the NavSpark, NavSpark-GL, NavSpark-BD, and NavSpark-mini with Windows 7/8/10 and Vista: When you connect the board, Windows should initiate the driver installation process. 5. Launch the Arduino application and the GNSS Viewer. Double-click the Arduino application and the GNSS Viewer. 6.

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Jan 20, 2016 . NavSpark mini (Left) and USB to TTL board (Right) Connected to Breadboard – Click to Enlarge. I also connected the GPS antenna from LinkIt ONE development kit to the uFL connector on NavSpark mini, as well as a micro USB to USB cable to my computer. If you don’t have such antenna, you’ll need to add the $9 GPS/GLONASS antenna on NavSpark website to your order.

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Dec 27, 2018 . **** [ Modification in this video ] *****For normal RTK application, 1Hz base can work with 1 / 2 / 4 / 5 / 8 / 10 Hz rover. Only for moving base RTK mode t...

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This is the NavSpark Arduino IDE programmable GPS unit. I got it from the IndyGoGo campaign and it is perfect for building a reverse geocaching box.

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Jan 26, 2014 . With the NavSpark Arduino IDE or SDK, user code resides in a function that the main() function will call. There is no RTOS, just the GPS/GNSS interrupt service routine and the background main() loop. The application code should be written in the form of "Do some action if some event is detected" so as not to block the background main() function from looping continuously.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What kind of GPS receiver does navspark use?

    More interestingly, NavSpark has a world class GPS/GNSS receiver built in as on-board peripheral. The GPS/GNSS library SDK is integrated into our Boards Manager in Arduino IDE.

  • Is the navspark microcontroller compatible with Arduino?

    NavSpark is a small, powerful, breadboard-friendly, 32-bit microcontroller development board that is Arduino compatible. More interestingly, NavSpark has a world class GPS/GNSS receiver built in as on-board peripheral.

  • What do you need to know about navspark venus8?

    Venus8 supports multiple constellations, bringing GPS, GLONASS, and Beidou to your project. This little NavSpark packs big computation power and advanced GPS/GNSS technology, which can takes your projects to a whole new level. It comes at a very attractive price.

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