[time-nuts] NMEA Software

SAIDJACK at aol.com SAIDJACK at aol.com
Fri Dec 21 02:33:14 UTC 2012

Not sure if these were properly answered yet, but the ublox Windows  
application is a great way to dissect most any NMEA sentence into all it's  
components, check for consistency, graph stuff, and check for PVT info.
We use it with anything that generates NMEA sentences, it works great. Of  
course it also has a bunch of uBlox specific features, but it is a nice 
generic  NMEA cruncher as well.
In a message dated 12/20/2012 14:06:13 Pacific Standard Time,  
richard at karlquist.com writes:

I have  an Outback S-Lite tractor GPS with a serial port with NMEA.
Is there  ready-to-use software to read out in lat/long
from this port?  Maybe I  can talk to it with hyperterminal
and make it just keep sending lat/long  once per second or
something.  Is there a command set?

I'd like  to use this for laying out antennas, etc. (ie surveying).

Rick  Karlquist N6RK

Martyn Smith wrote:
>  Hi,
> Apologies if this has been asked 1000 times  before.
> Is there any good software for reading the NMEA or  Motorola binary code
> out of a M12M.
> I have winoncore,  but wondered if there was anything a bit more modern.
>  Regards
>  Martyn

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