PIC18F2550 GPS CLOCK CIRCUIT BIG DISPLAY LS20031 SWORDFISHBASIC

PIC18F2550 microchip controller time clock circuit based on information from LS20031 GPS module is used as an indicator oversized 4 inch 7-segment display. GPS clock circuit source project owned Swordfish Basic code, libraries and... Electronics Projects, PIC18F2550 GPS Clock Circuit Big Display LS20031 SwordfishBasic "microchip projects, microcontroller projects, pic18f2550 projects, " PIC18F2550 microchip ...

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GPS CIRCUIT BOATS COMPUTER PIC18F4550 MICROCONTROLLER

Generally known as PC Tools has prepared a project :) but siliconship in the boat’s GPS system tracks the GPS module EM 408 and mikrodenetleric pic18f4550 usb connection to the circuit there also. 2X16... Electronics Projects, GPS Circuit Boats Computer PIC18F4550 Microcontroller "microchip projects, microcontroller projects, " Generally known as PC Tools has prepared a project :) but siliconship in the boa ...

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Vehicle Tracking System Through GPS-GSM Modules

The project is based on a Gsm/Gps/Gprs. Its main function is to detect a illegal entry and communicate its own geographical position using, on the choice, the cellular phone reference system or the GPS. I use the recent product by SIMCOM - SIM908 which operate on 5 - 12 volt dc supply, which makes it work on wide-range dc power supply... Well i still believe that i can burn a code of 21kb into program memor ...

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PIC16F88 Delorme Tripmate GPS Logger

This project focused on creating a simple serial data logger for the Delorme Tripmate (also known as the GPSTripmate). The Tripmate is an older GPS receiver that can be purchased on eBay for <$20. I happen to have one that my family used a couple of years ago and it is still in great shape. It has been sitting in the back of my car for the past four years, so I finally decided to put it to good use. The ...

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GPS REPEATER/SYSTEMS MONITOR using PIC16F876

Introduction This circuit is a repeater for GPS data. It is intended to connect to Garmin-38 (and similar) hand held GPS receivers that don't have external antennas. The purpose for the repeater is to allow the GPS to be outside, exposed to the satellite view, and allow the user to see the data below decks at the navigation station. Versions Within the code there is opportunity to easily configure for a 16x ...

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Mini GSM localizer without GPS using pic microcontoller

It’s no the first time that we present a localizer without GPS. We remake the old device with the cheaper SimCom module SIM900. In the previous post we present the GSM section and now we can present the complete localizator. Introduction This system allows for localization without directly using GPS technology; we are able to locate the desired object fairly precisely by using database availability together ...

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GPS to SD-Card Data Logger using PIC16F819 microcontroller

Description This project combines a GPS receiver module, a MicrochipPIC microcontroller and a Secure Digital memory card to make a GPS data logger. With a large capacity and reasonably long battery life it is a very useful device for logging GPS position for example for mapping with OpenStreetMap. In this picture the complete GPS data logger can be seen. On the top right hand side from front to back are: Th ...

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Time Display unit for a GPS module using pic microcontroller

I decided to build a device to permanently display accurate time received from a cheap GPS module installed in my workshop. Having obtained a PIC18F1320 microcontroller for experimentation, I wanted to learn about the new features of the PIC18F range using only minimal hardware to control the display. I am currently using it with the on-chip 8Mhz oscillator only and driving a six digit led display, multiple ...

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Localizer with SIM908 module using PIC18LF6722

The device is based on a GSM/GPRS module with included GPS. Its main function is to detect and communicate its own geographical position using, on the choice, the cellular phone reference system or the GPS. Its small dimensions are due to the use, for the first time, of a GSM/GPRS module integrating the GPS receiver. That is the SIM908 a recent product by SIMCOM.] Circuit schematic of the localizer The circ ...

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GPS-based universal clock generator using PIC16F628

GPS satellites and GPS Ground Segment need extremely accurate timing to allow GPS users to know their own position on the Earth. Rubidium and Cesium clock generators are extensively used and maintained to synchronize and generate the signals that our inexpensive navigator gets from the GPS satellites orbiting at 20000 Km. Many commercial systems use the same GPS signals to extract time marks or high-frequen ...

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