[time-nuts] More from the obsolete gps file: oncore nmea
kilodelta4foxmike at gmail.com
Tue Jun 1 03:44:26 UTC 2010
You may contact Synergy and see if they can flash your current receiver.
If not, they use to also have used/return receivers available.
normn3ykf at stny.rr.com wrote:
> Thanks!! I found that after a while fishing around in the manual. Synergy used to be able to flash the M12+t to an a positioning receiver which does support nmea.
> Bad news is that all of the oncores that I have are of a firmware that doesn't support nmea, either.
> Perusing the manual for the oncores, there is a programming pin. Not sure how it's used or if it can be done outside of a factory. Would be slick to be able to update the firmware!
> Have fun,
> ---- SAIDJACK at aol.com wrote:
>> Hi Norm,
>> not sure if someone discussed this before, but he M12+ and M12M timing
>> receivers do not support NMEA output, just Motorola binary format.
>> Motorola disabled this feature on the timing versions of the receivers,
>> presumably for marketing reasons, or maybe to make firmware regression testing
>> In a message dated 5/31/2010 11:27:01 Pacific Daylight Time, lous at xs4all.nl
>> Hi all!!
>> Trying to get a gt+ setup(also tried one of my m12+t's) as a nmea
>> receiver. @@Ci does not work. Did form the string correctly.
>> Tried it with tac32, used Labview to send the hex string.
>> Receiver ignores it and continues to send moto bin at 9600..
>> Any ideas??
>> Want to use this for a balloon flight with aprs. Good news is that we want
>> to launch Friday, so it's not too pressing.
>> Norm n3ykf
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