[aprssig] Trying to identify GPS Modules?

Jason Rausch jason at ke4nyv.com
Sun Mar 30 12:28:47 EDT 2008


Both modules are of the "Deluo" kind.  They are
actually manu'ed in China/Taiwan and then Deluo and
others just re-brand them with their name.  The
half-moon shaped unit is a sirf III model.  The square
unit is a non-sirf, sony chipset model.

Depending on who actually made it, the pinout could
change.  Most likely, they fall under Scott's Deluo


Jason KE4NYV
RPC Electronics

--- Jack Chomley <radio at irock.com.au> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> Went to a Ham goodies disposal sale today, and ended
> up with a small 
> box of 5 GPS modules, some of which I can identify
> and.....2 that I 
> am not sure of. I suspect they are Deluo units, but
> probably older models.
> I am in need of pin out & wire ID for them, hoping
> to set one up on a 
> D700, the other on a D7.
> Small 30k images here:   http://www.lprs.com.au/gps/
> Any ideas/help appreciated, or links to info.
> The other 3 GPS units are not much use for APRS I
> don't think as 2 of 
> them are USB and the third one is a bluetooth unit
> that can be paired 
> with a Mobile Phone?
> Cheers,
> Jack VK4JRC
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