How it works¶
GPS NMEA Parser parses raw data formatted as NMEA 0183 statements from GPS receivers. It supports up to
4 different statements:
GNGGA: GPS fix data
GNGSA: GPS active satellites and dillusion of position
GNGSV: List of satellites in view zone
GNRMC: Recommended minimum specific GPS/Transit data
By changing different configuration options, it is possible to disable some statements. Check GPS Configuration for more information.
Application must assure to properly receive data from GPS receiver. Usually GPS receivers communicate with host embedded system with UART protocol and output directly formatted NMEA 0183 statements.
Application must take care of properly receive data from GPS.
Application must use
gps_process function for data processing. Function will:
Detect statement type, such as GPGGA or GPGSV
Parse all the terms of specific statement
Check valid CRC after each statement
Programmer’s model is as following:
Application receives data from GPS receiver
Application sends data to
Application uses processed data to display altitude, latitude, longitude, and other parameters
Check Examples and demos for typical example