[time-nuts] LTE Lite SkyTraq chip info

Edesio Costa e Silva time-nuts at tardis.net.br
Tue Nov 25 18:16:20 EST 2014


Hi!

Navspark has one board with Glonass
(http://navspark.mybigcommerce.com/navspark-gl-arduino-compatible-development-board-with-gps-glonass/)
and one board with Beidou
(http://navspark.mybigcommerce.com/navspark-bd-arduino-compatible-development-board-with-gps-beidou/). Both
use a Venus 8 engine.

There is also a timming version
(http://www.navspark.com.tw/blog/more-ns-t-programmable-frequency-testing)
with a programmable frequency output.

It has a LEON3 Sparc-V8 core and can be programmed with Arduino IDE.

Ed├ęsio

On Tue, Nov 25, 2014 at 10:29:19PM +0000, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
> --------
> In message <7da89.51b7dfcf.41a658e0 at aol.com>, "S. Jackson via time-nuts" writes
> :
> 
> >Now that the cat is out of the bag - notice that on these boards we used  
> >the special -T timing version which is more than twice as expensive than  the 
> >normal navigation version used by others.. 
> 
> That reminds me:  I have yet to see anthing that uses Galileo or
> GNONASS in a position-hold mode, are those constellations still
> not competitive with GPS in that niche ?
> 
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