From: Basham, Richard R <richard.basham@bo...> - 2004-09-10 23:30:42
Since we are on the subject is it possible to use the USB for the GPS =
interface? I assume this would preclude using the USB to communicate =
with a host.
From: Craig Hughes [mailto:craig@...]=20
Sent: Friday, September 10, 2004 3:54 PM
Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] GPS for the Gumstix
There are 4 UARTs on the gumstix -- the FFUART (ttyS0) is where the=20
console goes by default; BTUART (ttyS1) goes to the bluetooth module;=20
the STUART (ttyS2) comes out on the Hirose connector, and generally=20
would be for IRDA or such, but isn't used on the waysmall; HWUART=20
(ttyS3) comes out as the 2nd serial port on the waysmall. The best=20
place then to put the GPS module would be probably off the STUART --=20
pinout diagram for the Hirose connector to see which pins you want to=20
grab is on the wiki.
On Sep 10, 2004, at 10:38 AM, Maymi, F. MAJ EECS wrote:
> (I'm an absolute newbie, so please be gentle.) I am starting on a
> project to integrate GPS with the Gumstix. I have a =
> and a Motorola FS Oncore GPS receiver chip (with=A0a UART interface). =
> know there is supposed to be a third UART interface on the Gumstix,=20
> but am wondering if it is already being used by the Bluetooth module.=20
> At any rate, what is the best place to hook up my GPS, particularly if =
> I'm not too keen on using one of the two serial ports that are exposed =
> by the Waysmall?
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