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Grove - GPS Module

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The Grove - GPS module is a cost-efficient and field-programmable gadget armed with a SIM28 module and serial communication configuration, providing a precise, sensitive, low power GPS module for position recognition anywhere in the world. 

$23.50
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Tip

We also released new Grove - GPS (Air530), which is a high-performance, highly integrated multi-mode satellite positioning and navigation module, supporting plenty of location systems, such as GPS/Beidou/Galileo and etc.

Features

  • Supports NMEA and U-Blox 6 protocols. 

  • Low power consumption

  • Baud rates configurable

  • Grove UART interface

  • Both compatible with Arduino and Raspberry Pi.  

Description

If you put your Raspberry Pi or Arduino in the wild, can you track its location? If you had this GPS module, you can make it!  

The Grove - GPS module is a cost-efficient and field-programmable gadget armed with a SIM28 module and serial communication configuration. Similar to other Grove series sensors, it plugs directly into the Grove UART interface development board and provides a precise, sensitive, low power GPS module for position recognition anywhere in the world. It features 22 tracking / 66 acquisition channels GPS receiver. The sensitivity of tracking and acquisition both reach up to -160dBm, making it a great choice for personal navigation projects and location services, as well as An outstanding one among products of the same price class. 

How do GPS modules work?

Satellite Technology. GPS modules contain tiny processors and antennas that directly receive data sent by satellites through dedicated RF frequencies. From there, it’ll receive timestamp from each visible satellites, along with other pieces of data. If the module’s antenna can spot 4 or more satellites, it’s able to accurately calculate its position and time.

This GPS module can be used to locate your Raspberry Pi and Arduino. To realize its tracking function, some basic elements will be needed, here is a table to introduce them. 

Grove – GPS Module vs Grove – GPS (Air530)

Specs

Grove – GPS Module

Grove – GPS (Air530)

Size

40mm x 20mm x 13mm

40mm x 20mm x 13mm

Update Rate

1Hz, max 10Hz

Baud Rate

9,600 – 115,200

9600 –921600

Navigation Sensitivity

-160dBm

–166dBm

Power Requirements

3.3/5V

3.3/5V

Number of Channels

22 tracking, 66 channels

Time to first start

Cold start: 13s

Warm start: 1-2s

Hot start: <1s

Cold start: 30 seconds

Warm Start: 4 seconds

Antennas

Antenna included

Antenna included

Accuracy

2.5m GPS Horizontal Position Accuracy

2.5m Horizontal positioning accuracy

Use Grove - GPS module with different expansion boards to extend more possibilities. 

Product NameApplication
Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi 2/3B/3B+/4/Zero
Grove Pi+ Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi model B/B+/A+/2/3
Base Shield V2 Expansion Board for Arduino Uno and Seeeduino
Grove Cables Connect the sensor with the expansion board

 

Note

The accessories above do not include Raspberry Pi, Arduino or Seeeduino. If you need any kind, please view the following links.

Raspberry Pi: Raspberry Pi 4 / Raspberry Pi Zero

Arduino: Arduino Uno  / Arduino Leonardo  / Arduino Due

Seeeduino: Seeeduino Maga / Seeeduino V4.2  / Seeeduino Lite   

 

Applications

  • GPS tracker

  • GPS navigation

  • Distance measurement

Specificaition

  • Input Voltage: 3.3/5V

  • BaudRate: 9600 - 115200

  • Default BaudRate: 9600

 

Technical details

Dimensions 40mm x20mm x13mm
Weight G.W 17g
Battery Exclude

Part List

Grove - GPS 1
Grove - Cable 1

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 8529101000
USHSCODE 8529104080
UPC 841454108290
ROHS 1

LEARN AND DOCUMENTS

Learn

In this new project we will present our GPS Tracker connected using the GPRS technique and MQTT protocol.
Mobile urban environmental information acquisition device
This is a tutorial to teach you how to make a homemade Arduino based GPS map navigation system 3.0
This tutorial is to introduce how the Grove - GPS can be used with your BeagleBone® Green Wireless(BBGW). And we will create an application that shows your position information on OLED, with a simple python script.
This article describes how to get the BeagleBone Green working as a device controlled from your mobile phone that can send back status updates (position and attitude) to the controller.
This project is designed to indulge the past time of war driving and possibly contribute to location accuracy in urban environments using scanned wifi networks and associated signal strength.
Wiki of Grove-GPS

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