- Sun Jun 29, 2008 8:44 am
the output of the Lassen iQ isn't in plain english, but rather short sequences of bytes that, when you look at their binary representation (and know which parts of the sequence correspond to what), one can interpret the data the Lassen iQ is sending.
if you're interested in the specifics, it's all in the datasheet. if you're writing some code (either for a microcontroller or a PC) to interpret the GPS data, you'll likely need to familiarize yourself with the structure of the packets. if you're writing for a dsPIC microcontroller, I posted some code a month or two ago in the PIC forum that will interpret the packets the iQ sends out automatically and return GPS location information.
i hope that helps,