[time-nuts] Sure Electronics GPS

Chris Albertson albertson.chris at gmail.com
Mon Jan 17 05:52:11 UTC 2011

I found those too.  But also found many Motorola units that had what I
thought were better specs, and certainly better written user manuals.
I guess you could run the suplied software and then snoop on the
serial interface to figure out what commands the sure GPS accepts.
Can it be put into "position hold" mode for timing?  Can it do self
survey?   I paid $20 for am Oncore GPS that I think works better for
timing then this.

On Sun, Jan 16, 2011 at 8:40 PM, jim s <jws at jwsss.com> wrote:
> I was looking at one of these units for the conversion project for the 468
> clocks, sounds like these might be good units.  I think I searched for gps
> and rs232 and hit them on the first page.
> JIm
> On 1/16/2011 5:07 PM, Tom Clifton wrote:
>> I have purchased many items over the past few years from Sure and have
>> never
>> been dissapointed in that I receive.  They do seem to have multiple seller
>> accounts, each with different items - sureelectonics sureelectronics1
>> sureelectronics2 etc.
>> Any way, I did a serch by seller and found a MG1613S Bluetooth/RS232 /USB
>> GPS Module Demo Board item # 350239551536 by seller sureelectronics1
>>  Don't know
>> if this is the exact unit being discussed, but it may be a start.  As
>> usual,
>> shipping is from China - delivery will take perhaps 2 weeks but If you
>> aren't in
>> a hurry you will probably be happy with what you receive.
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Chris Albertson
Redondo Beach, California

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