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Electronic Project and Circuit Collection

GPS Related Resources

GPS Compass

July 13, 2011 By: admin Category: Digital, Display, GPS, Microcontroller, PIC, Project No Comments →

This PIC16F628-based compass uses NMEA-0183 data from a GPS receiver. The direction indicator displayed on eight-point LED with radial pattern every 45°. Although the GPS provides accuracy to a tenth of a degree, that kind of accuracy is not really necessary in the automotive use for which project is designed.

GPS Logger, PIC16F648

July 11, 2011 By: admin Category: Data Acquisition, GPS, Microcontroller, PIC, Project No Comments →

This small size GPS logger module allows you to record a route. You can mount it on an airplane model, car, bike or put it in your pocket to track your walking path. The project uses lipo battery as power source and PIC16F648 to read the serial protocol of the GPS or the computer and […]

PIC Based GPS Repeater

July 07, 2011 By: admin Category: GPS, Microcontroller, PIC, Project No Comments →

This project is a PIC18F252-based repeater for GPS data. It is intended to connect to hand held GPS receivers that don’t have external antennas such as Garmin-38. The aim of the repeater is to allow the GPS to be placed outside, exposed to the satellite view, and allow the user to see the data below […]

PIC Based GPS Jammer

March 28, 2011 By: admin Category: Digital, GPS, Microcontroller, PIC, Project, Wireless No Comments →

GPS trackers as GPS vehicle tracking and person monitoring tracking can be used in a good way but sometimes they are used in bad way. These tracker units monitor the exact location of you, and then deliver that information to a second part. If you don’t want your location is track able then GPS jammer […]