Bus Pirate and FSA03 GPS how-to

Posted on Saturday, April 3rd, 2010 in Bus Pirate by Ian

Ril3y shows how to use a FSA03 GPS with the Bus Pirate:

I have a few projects that I would like to include GPS data in, in the near future.  So I went ahead and picked up a nice ublox based GPS.  You can get it here:  I wanted to used it right away.  So rather than coding up some AVR C or arduino stuff I decided to use my bus pirate for the job.  Here is the settings I used to get it up and going…

The case in the picture is one of Ril3y’s laser-etched Bus Pirate cases, more about that here.

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