GPS Shield with SD card slot for Arduino with configuration UART pins and external GPS antenna

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Introduction

Arduino GPS shield is a GPS module breadout board designed for Global Positioning System receiver with SD interface. It is easy to use for recording the position data into SD card. 5V/3.3V compatible operation voltage level make it compatible with Arduino boards, leaf maple, IFlat32 and other arduino compatible boards. This new version accepts external GPS antenna and a configuration UART pins.

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Features

·With Micro SD interface

·Active antenna design with high receive sensitivity, compatible normal antenna

·Extremely fast time to first fix at low signal level

·UART interface

·Configuration UART pins

·External antenna

·Operation temperature: -40℃ ~ +85℃

Schematic

Usage

The GPS module is hard wired to ATMEGA328P.

Test GPS module

Jumpers:

RXD--->0

TXD--->1

void setup() 
{ 
    Serial.begin(9600);       
} 
void loop() 
{ 
  if (Serial.available() > 0) 
   { 
        Serial.print(char(Serial.read()));   
   }
}

Compile and execute:


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Test SD card

It can use the built-in SD card example code in Arduino IDE.


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We can observe the date being written into SD card through serial port.


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How to buy

Here to buy GPS Shield with SD Slot, Configurable UART pins external antenna on store