It's compatible with the NETGEAR MR1100. The SMA male connection is on the waterproof ActiveGPS antenna. Attach it to the roof of your car with a magnetic base. It has a gain of 28 dB. 3 meters is the length of the cable.
👤I bought a car stereo that I really liked and it came with a gps antenna, but in my SUV I was getting poor gps reception. I downloaded a gps signal app and it showed a small connection to 3 or 4 satellites. I don't think the gps antenna that came with the car stereo was the cause of the terrible reception my phone had. I decided to try this antenna instead of the one that came with my stereo after reading the reviews. Wow, the signal strength to 12 satellites is very strong. The signal improvement was night and day compared to the one I replaced. Couldn't be happier.
👤The products work as they should. I use it with an amateur radio project. I am concerned about the quality of the SMA cable. I already see a loosen of cable when in use, and they are of a cheap stamped crimp build. I had to secure the cable to keep it from moving. I think this is to lightweight of cable for the device and not enough for a proper connection. When the product arrived early, I was concerned that the device would not work or be in one piece. The package had been badly damaged and left concern. I will keep my previous comments after using this gps puck for several months. I have two of them. One for home and one for truck. I have been living in the desert and have been able to test this. It went through a lot of precipitation. It is still working. The magnet is not moving. I am able to see about 17 satellites at most times. This is connected to a radio station. 73, de KF6NFW.
👤I have a cheap gps module and three antennas, but a small ceramic antenna on a roof with a great sky visibility is non-working, and a larger sim39EA antenna that gets a fix within 3-6 minutes outdoors is not always reliable. Within 5 seconds, the module can fix the sats. Absolutely worth it.
👤I need to integrate an external gps antenna into my electrics kit. The cable is long, the antenna is covert, and the magnetic base is nice. The unit was tested in the basement of my house, which is not the best location for gps reception. The antenna had a lock on it. Very impressed! The antenna will not work on its own. You need to connect it to the SMA.
👤This is a good unit. It seems like it would be water resistant. And be strong. Nice SMA connection. Pulls in signals very well. This is not a dual band antenna. Galileo will not be picked up by it. This is not a fault of the unit because it did not pretend to do so. The cost of dual band antennas is high.
👤The SkyTraq Venus838FLPxGPS is working very well, thanks to this antenna. The wire length provided is going to allow me to wrap up the datalogger/lap timer project that I just finished, and I am in the process of mounting this antenna to my motorcycle. I was able to pick up the signal from the inside of the house without any issues. I would recommend this antenna to anyone.
There is a multi-PLATFORM. It supports the following: Linux, Windows, and the like. Plug and play is supported by the Stratux project. 7 ft. cord is used for remote mounting. The new chip is the U-blox 7. It's durable. IPX6 is dust-tight. It's durable. IPX6 is dust-tight.
👤I've bought 2 of these over the course of 2 years. I use them for my gps device while flying. The gps is very good. I get 10m position accuracy and it locks onto a gps position. The wire near the plastic gps housing developed issues such that the wire would no longer provide a signal. I had to open the units and bend the wire on the end near the housing to find a wire position that would allow the serial port to communicate again. I wrapped the wire in electrical tape and placed it in the bent position. Both of them continued to work. I'm going to try a braided cable for my Stratux and a G mouse for a test to see if I can get something that will last longer.
👤I found a gps receiver that will work on my pi network time server. It took me several minutes to get a minimum of 3 satellites required by the software on theRaspberry Pi, even though my other gps was ok. I had to fuss with it because it wouldn't remain locked. After plugging it in and starting the gps server, it would lock onto several satellites within seconds and remain locked to those satellites. I monitored the operation for several days using U-Center windows software and found the gps to be fast and sensitive, picking up and locking onto over 4 satellites within seconds. The gps is 5 feet from a window. It is even faster outside. My NTP server is up and running because of its default output. My computer time needs to be accurate to milliseconds, and an accurate NTP server is needed for my ham radio equipment.
👤I bought this to use in a data logging project I'm building for my car. It's great to have support out of the box. It's very easy to get data from third party applications. Works well with Kismet. I mounted it to the roof of my car and it has not had any issues moving around. It is easy to route through weather stripping and door mold for a hidden wire installation with the built inusb cable.
👤If the internet goes down, I wanted a time source for the pi. I didn't have to move my pi because it has a nice long lead. I could put it in the window. I don't know why it says "suction power", it doesn't have a cup on it, but it has a magnetic base.
👤It works well on the boat even when it's inside on the navigation desk, because I bought this to use with OpenCPN. It was easy to setup. If you find that the unit can't acquire enough satellites, you could mount it on the deck in a waterproof enclosure.
👤It is easy to find satellites, and interface nicely with OpenCPN. Plug it in, start xgps and then replug in a couple of seconds. Within seconds, it will start acquiring satellites, because it wakes up xgps to a device being attached. The old one I used was ten times worse than this one. It's a great example of how things have improved over time.
This is a gps that can be used with Windows 10, Linux, and other Linux distributions. vk-172 isn't plug and play for most devices, you need to install the driver to make it work. There is no need for a driver for the pi and linux. The baud rate can be adjusted automatically. The baud rate has data. You can modify the PS/GLONASS protocol data by testing software or serial commands.
There is no exposed cable in the pierce mount. The right angle SMA connects into tight spaces. The gps antenna is a 1 MHz center Frequency for the USA. The low noise amplifier is compatible with 2.25V DCGPS Receivers. Weatherproof is perfect for external gps antenna for cars, trucks, vans, boats and RV's.
👤The product is useless and unable to be used.
The newer 8th chip used in this vk-162 gps is different from the old version. The gps support for windows and linux is not compatible with the phones. Plug and play for linux is what you need to make driver work on window. Check the document link in the picture. The remote mount has a flash to save setting. Next time you use gps receiver, it will be more convenient. Click "Ask a question" in the new page if you have a problem.
👤Less than a minute to start sending records. My old SIRF took 15 minutes from the start. There is nothing to complain about right now. Kicking the tires is one thing, but rigorous testing is something else. There will be extensive tests planned. Time will tell.
👤It works great with Linux.
👤The first lock and drivers were built into the OS on the RaspberryPi. It takes 45 seconds to get a position, and it needs to be facing up. For my use, accuracy is fine.
👤Works with Windows native drivers. A lot of satellites have low ntp jitter time.
👤The Raspi project was very easy to use.
👤Aquisition on warm or cold start. If you're using it for digital modes, you'll want to power it down after you get a time sync, but otherwise flawless.
👤It worked great with the pi. Will buy again.
👤There are usually issues with the compatibility of theusb devices with Windows and Linux. It's easy to use, no drivers are needed.
👤I use the gps dongle with my computer. It helps keep time when it's not in my house.
👤I had to add a few settings for Open Plotter. No drivers were needed.
👤It's not easy to setup.
👤I did not work with Street and Trips on Windows 10. The device was on the Com Port but failed to run. It may require more drivers. Plug and play is definitely not the way to go. Shipping was fast.
👤It arrived ahead of the delivery date.
The chip tracking sensitivity is - 165 dBm. The time to first fix is very fast. The interface is small. There is a built-in gps antenna. A built-in battery. The Microusb toUSB cable is for use with Windows and Mac laptops. It's suitable for portable application. Very low power consumption. It supports NMEA0183 V4. SBAS, EGNOS, GAGAN, QZSS are supported. Requires a "PL2303GPSInfo" app for the phone to function. It is compatible with operating systems: Windows,Vista, 7, 8 & 10; Mac, OSX, and Linux. This is a device for navigation. It's not compatible with most navigation software. It requires a 3rd party tool to convert to a "GPS Sensor". Please read the item description.
👤I picked up the new Fire tablet from Amazon hoping to use the non-Amazon Store apps. It was easy to do, so I downloaded the two navigation apps. When I received the GlobalSAT unit, I plugged it into my Fire tablet and started the TomTom GO service. I drew up a route around my condo. I used it to and from work today. I can't wait to use it on a long trip. My Honda Civic doesn't have navigation in the dash, but it's $85. I now have almost all of the features of an expensive navigation system at a fraction of the price. Music, gps, weather, video, even the internet are now just arm's reach away on my dash. I'm happy! You may need to install the "You Are HereGPS" app and run it in the background while using your navigation app.
👤The last year and a half has seen the use of the gps module to navigate ocean routes. The laptop has 2G of RAM and a 32G SSD. The program is called Coastal Navigator. The laptop's processor is an Intel N series, which is slow but still fast, and draws less power than other Intel N series chips. The laptop can be connected to the gps with a 8 inchusb to microusb. The screen has an upper right margin. The module is very accurate. The signal strength of the satellites above deck was found to be marginally higher. The deck of the boat is not as important as the cloud layer and humidity. I recommend letting the boat warm up while it is being prepared for sailing. The gps is ready to navigate when the speed over ground drops. Just as accurate as a large postage stamp. I would recommend carrying a spare if you have any problems with the gps device. Why not for just $30? I only use the sounder gps for looking for a sandy spot to anchor. Want a bigger screen? You can just buy a bigger laptop. The total cost of the package is $500. A dedicated unit and a 14-inch screen cost 5000 dollars. The Cockpit Repeaters are connected to the internet. The laptop is free to move about the boat if the gps is attached to it. The gps system is easier to use with a wireless mouse. The best laptops to use would be the ones with low cost and long battery life. The original device is still working just fine, 8/11/2020, just received another one as a backup, as the gps connection has recently failed. Something is wrong with the most recent Win10 update. I was very pleased to relay new information on the improved ND-105CGPS module. It took an hour or more to reach a low.01 knot speed over ground. The new unit was at.01 knot in 3 minutes. Quite an improvement!
👤I bought this to use with aviation navigation software on my Windows 8.1 tablets and it has worked great so far. Acquisition time is very short, and WAAS is enabled by default on the chip. This doesn't use the Windows 8 location API, but instead creates a COM port for an app to access location, which should be fine for most unless your app is newer and designed to only use the Win 8 API. In that case, there are a couple different software options available from other vendors that will send the data to the location API. Only one app can access the COM port at a time. I'm able to get a full WAAS signal in my house and car, and it seems to be very sensitive. I haven't tried it in the plane yet, but I think it will work. I noticed that if there is no power at all to the microusb port, the gps will continue to run, so if you have a sleep mode, it may or may not turn the port/GPS off to save battery power. I used this in the plane and it worked better than the handheld aviation gps that I own. I had a unit on my kneeboard where it was somewhat down low and not as good of a view of the sky, but it never had an issue with satellite reception. I don't need to worry about having an antenna on top of the panel. The little gps has been an awesome value so far.
All Carlinkit electronics are guaranteed for a one-year global warranty and permanent technical service support. Amazon returns and refunds quickly. If you don't know if it applies to your car or how to use it, please contact their Amazon email as soon as possible, they will reply to your email within 12 hours and provide you the best solution! The latest version of the wireless communication device, the Bluetooth 5.0 Dongle, applies the low energy version. New technologies have been adopted to reduce the loss of transmission efficiency caused by interference in the 2.4 GHz band. Fast and further working distance is better than the current version of the technology. Can work with many devices at the same time. The maximum transfer rate can be up to 3Mbps and the transmission distance can be up to 33 feet. Also, note: Physical obstructions and wireless interference can affect the operation range. The mini size is extremely compact and allows you to leave it on your laptop or PC without having to remove it. It is compatible with both the full-speedusb 2.0 interface and theusb 1.1 interface. Only Win7/Win8/Win10 can be supported, not Mac OS, Linux,car stereo systems,xbox,ps4 or TVs.
👤This is exactly what it says it is, a mini-dongle. Despite not being officially supported, it will work under Windows with the Techkey Driver Package, and also under Linux with a modern kernels. The device is a rebranded version of the original. It works well, I get better range and performance out of it than any other one I own. The connection is stable and reliable. The range is about average, and it still has some connection issues from time to time. It's not a bad deal if you're looking for a receiver. So, about those drivers. Many reviewers think that Windows 10 doesn't need a driver for the devices. This is correct. The chip used in this dongle along with its cousin, theBT500, is called an RTL8761b. The operating system is what pushes the firmware to the device. The code that runs inside the device tells it how to operate. The linux-firmware package and Microsoft have not yet received the firmware. Windows requires an external driver to push the firmware. The Techkey drivers are almost identical to the BT-500 drivers, thanks to the comments ofMeghan. You can be certain that the drivers are safe to use, because they are properly signed by Realtek. This is the same reason that the dongle is not supported. It is possible to manually install the device's software on Linux. Taking the 'rtl8761b_mp_chip_bt40_fm_asic_rom_patch_new.dll' from the drivers and installing it in /lib/firmware with a proper name and copy the config from the rtl8761a. When you connect the device, use 'dmesg'. Unless there's a way to load custom bluetooth firmware, it's unlikely that this device will ever work under MacOS. Hopefully, this will solve any confusion with this device. We hope that the OS providers will allow this device to work without drivers on Windows and Linux.
👤I'm pretty sure it was because they didn't have a cd reader. I have an external drive that holds music CDs and other disks. I tried to use this without installing drivers, but it wouldn't find my Powerbeats Pros. My Amazon echos were found by it. Not sure why. It worked well after driver installation. You would expect sound and connection to be good. There isn't a lot of competition here because there aren't too many sound cards that aren't actually sound cards. The packaging and polish of this thing is not good. They spent a percentage of their budget on packaging and presentation. They should have made the driver available for download. You need a way to install the driver from the disk. The world has already moved on to bigger and better things, so why is this stillusb2.0? I guess this makes sense, because the transfer speeds for bluetooth are well below the maximum.
👤I was surprised when the dongle started smoking after I plugged it in. The plastic pieces were melted when I tried to remove the dongle from the computer. I removed the pieces with pliers when it cooled down. I don't have an issue with other dongles.
Highly sensitive to water. 48 channels all-in-view tracking Magnet Mount is where it was built. It's suitable for use in a wide range of applications, from vehicle navigation to fire trucks, police cars, buses and much more.
👤The waste of $100. I have not been able to get my people to work with Win 10 or ArcMap. A waste of money. It says in the specifications that it works with Windows 10. Save yourself some money. This technology is not new. This piece of junk is not very user friendly and is far superior to my old Garmin Legend. It couldn't communicate with the test software included and I had many people that tried to get it to work on different laptops and windows tablets without success. Don't buy it!
👤I use this device to record the data of test vehicles. It seems to be of good quality. I might throw a zip tie or tape over the magnet if it's not super strong on a high speed application. The cable is long and is suitable for most driving applications. The included software was used once by me. I can't form a good opinion of it from my limited use.
👤I use a gps device for my boat. It works well.
👤It's easy to set up and use Ubuntu. When it is in view of clear sky, it will get up to 0.6m accuracy horizontally and 3m vertically. The SiRFdemo program needs to be able to manage it under windows. I have bought seven of them so far.
👤The gps puck met all of my needs. It starts fast. I use it to monitor the speed of the gps device. Very happy with the product.
👤You can use your laptop to plot your routes with a great receiver.
👤I bought this after reading that it's a reliable, if slow, gps receiver that is well supported on Linux. I'm giving up and ordering a different one from a non-Amazon vendor after spending a lot of time trying to get it to work. Every diagnostic and management tool I've used successfully opens the connection, but all attempts to swap to SiRF or NMEA fail with no error. The software that speaks both protocols can't determine if it's SiRF or NMEA, and can't read any data at all. The device has just been plugged in and the red light starts flashing, which seems suspicious since it has just been plugged in. I have come to the conclusion that my device is broken or that I received a counterfeit device. These can be found for less on other sites.
We will send the document to you. The UBLOX 8 engine. The device is configured over a serial interface. Combines low power consumption with high sensitivity. The immunity is exceptional. There are 56 channels for acquisition and reacquisition. A multi-band receiver. Receives SBAS, QZSS and GLONASS. The factory set can be changed using software. You can support the 2.3 version of the NMEA0183. There are built-in WAAS, EGNOS, and MSAS. It's possible to use Windows 10, Win 8, Win 7, and the like. Check application notes for compatibility for Linux. There is a free software for the navigation system. Waterproof: If it is raining, you don't need to cancel your road trip since this navigator can be used in the rain or shine. IPX6 is water resistant. The cable length is two meters. The software is software. You can easily connect to your device via theusb 2.0 and use most commercial or open source mapping software.
👤I was looking for an external gps that could work with Windows 10 Maps and other apps that use serial port. The device is perfect for this purpose and it has drivers for both the location sensor and COM port. If you install both drivers, you can use it for Windows 10 Maps and other applications that use COM port to get gps data, as well as other applications that use windows 10 location API. U-blox also provides U-center software which allows to set a lot of settings for this receiver, it's pretty advanced and lets you set a lot of everything. The location accuracy is very good. It works inside a car as well as on the roof. It's a steal for the price. I was not able to determine a few things about this device. The chip used in this device is the exact U-blox chip. If the device is a ROM chip with a future update that won't be possible, or if it's an upgradeable device, then it's not possible. Whether the device has flash memory or battery-backed up configuration storage. Please leave a reply if anyone knows the answer to the question.
👤Plug the gpsd daemon into theusb port and you'll see data. You don't need to use the evaluation software to get this unit going on the Pi because it works on Windows. Download and try the evaluation software. It is worth it. The configuration changes described in Oscar Blanco's review for gpsd should be made. The issue is not the receiver, but the configuration.
👤I used to use a gps receiver on my Windows 10 device to track my road trips, but it only worked in the city, so I used to get no data in the mountains or canyons. The location provided by this receiver is based on data from both satellites and gives me a much more reliable fix. I haven't been able to test it in the worst conditions yet, but it has been able to provide a good fix in several places where the old one failed. The unit is small and has a strong magnet built into the base that keeps it firmly attached to the flat car body panel.
👤I am using this device to make sure the clock on my laptop is not set to go off during the upcoming amateur radio Field Day exercise. For certain applications, the clock must be on. The puck does a great job. Very happy with it! I would recommend both of them.
👤You need to download and install the "u-center" software on Windows. The display is difficult to set up. 3 stars off. It's very sensitive and can pick up a lot of satellites hundreds of miles away. It picks up satellites inside my apartment, so I don't need to go outside or on the roof. I don't know how to set this up to receive Galileo satellites.
👤I have been very happy with the purchase. I'm familiar with the devices used outdoors, but I thought I would try it out with my laptop. For most practical purposes, the accuracy for an often used location needs no further accuracy adjustments, even though it lacks the newest addition to the GNSS satellite systems - Galileo. It's hard to beat for the price and flexibility.
The link to use the template is in the description. The gps module will not search for signals when the weather is bad and it will not search for stars indoors. Please make sure that the gps module is in an open location when using it. The main module of the GT-U7 needs to be set to 9600 instead of 4800 to drive a hardware high precision clock. The phone data cable can be used directly on the computer point of view, and the default distribution of active antenna can be quickly positioned with the IPEX antenna interface. The host computer-owned serial port function allows for the sending of IPX interface active antenna without the need for an external serial module.
👤The U-Blox Neo 6m is a clone of this chip. There is a It's a device that uses 5 volts. Both 5v with Rx and Tx. The Baud rate is higher than typical modules. Once you are connected, it works with TinyGPS and AdadfruitGPS libraries. The U-blox U-Center software can be used to interface directly with the chip. The U-center is complex and daunting. Since the device is a clone not every feature is guaranteed to work through U-Center but many useful settings do. The software is a direct software. The baud rate may be different for the serial and theusb connection. It costs me a lot of pain to learn, so I'm going to try it out. I am using several of this module. It gets a fix very fast.
👤The unit is a great value. It appears to use an authentic U-Blox chip under the metal can and white label. Most U-Center software functions seem to work. I made an NTP time server using theRaspberry Pi 2. Accuracy can be reached down to a few 10s of seconds. This requires configuring the Pi to accept a signal from one of the pins. I used the "GPSD" and "NTPD" packages to interface with the unit. When first powered up, the gpsd appears to update the time and other parameters that allow a quick "cold fix" when the TX and RX serial lines are connected. There is a word on power and levels. The module on the board is 3.3v. The board has a 3.3volt regulator that can be used to power theusb port. The Vcc pin is connected to the input. This is the updated version. The Vcc pin is the only one that can be used to power the module. The Vcc pin on the onboard voltage regulator is not functioning properly. It appears to function normally, but will be subject to very frequent dropouts of 3D lock and other erratic operation. Also. If a computer is connected to a computer and the board is operating from 3.3v on the Vcc pin, the device providing power to 5v on its 3.3v output would be required. Be careful. 3.3v is the logic high input/output levels of the TXD, RXD and PPS pins. The link in the listing clearly states these interface pins are not 5 volts. If you use a device that uses 5v as its logic "high" to connect to an input on this device, you will damage the chip. It may work for a while, but it's stressing the chip beyond the maximum ratings. The data on the receiving device will be very sensitive to noise and corrupted data, so the data on the outputs is not damaged. It may seem like it works, but you should invest in a cheap 3.3v level conversion chip for a few dollars if you want to connect to an auderc. The device is exactly the same as the pi.
👤I love these things. It works beautifully with the TinyGPS library and is 5V friendly. You can modify the ublox u-center software if you hunt it down. I've been using them for custom clocks. Don't set the time! Even from a cold start in the basement, aGPS lock can be achieved in minutes.
Menu is used to get the data from the gps receiver after instialled U-CENTER V8X. The software can be downloaded from the official website. It's compatible with Win 11/10/ Win 8/. Win 7/Vista/XP/98/CE. The software is free. All-in-view tracking on 56 channels. The U-BLOX 7 Chipset has a Magnetic base, high sensitivity and Strong Singal. Tracking sensitivity is high. IPX4 water resistance, dust-tight, cable length is 6.5 Ft. OpenCPN can be supported on the Raspberry Pi. One year warranty.
👤I was able to get the gps receiver to work with OpenCPN on my cheapo Windows 10 tablets. I plugged the receiver into the port that was provided for it. The driver was installed by Windows 10. I opened the "Option" menu, selected "Connections", and then clicked to look at the available COM ports. In my case, I chose the newCOM7 for me, and chose a buad rate of 9600, which is the same as the standard 4800 default. I clicked "Apply" and voila! The satellite logo in the upper right corner of the screen turned red to green when my boat appeared on the chart. The Ublox program is not needed. The big take-away is that Windows 10 will automatically download the right driver, but it is only for the serial tousb part of the receiver. It shows up on Windows 10 Device Manager as a new COM port, not as a "GPS Receiver" or something similar, but as a new port under the "Ports (COM & LPT)" header. OpenCPN can receive and decode the "GPGSV" and "GPGLL" sentences if the receiver spits them out.
👤I wanted to use Open CPN as a navigation software and install the U-Blox 7 gps sensor. Not this year. The "sensor" is not compatible with Windows 10 without uploading a Virtual Comm Port. On the U-Blox website, they offer the VCP with an.EXE extension, but it is not an exe file, but something called a 10 file. I think you understand the picture. The internet is full of people who are experiencing the same issues. All necessary charts are downloaded and plug-ins are available. If your computer isn'tGPS enabled and you are using OpenCPN, I would suggest you use another antenna. Why 2 stars. I was able to get the software they give to see antenna performance to work, and the lat and lon were correct. I have been trying to work around the difference between a device and a sensor for over four hours. I sent emails to both of them with no response.
👤This device was bought with the intention of cannibalizing it. Attach it to a port and read the output for accuracy. The device I tested used a /dev/cu* device instead of a tty. The time and gps information was accurate. The internal device was in the shell. I had to destroy the shell. There aren't any screws. The RF shield fell off. It had to be re- soldered back on. There are five The Ubx-G7020-KT is the "standard" grade device. The more rugged G7020-KA is not what it is. There is a small battery on the board that can be used for a real time clock. This would allow for quicker signal acquisition. I would expect this device to fail after a few years. I wouldn't recommend this device for harsh environments. The manufacturing process used is flawed and no gasket are used to stop the flow of water. The manufacturing process was not enough to keep the shield in place. There are three The chip is not rated for harsh environments. It was a bargain, but don't trust it if safety or cyber security is ever going to be an issue. The battery was a pleasant surprise, but I wonder why the low end device has this.
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