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Most GPS antennas use SMA connectors so you may want to pick up one of our u FL to SMA adapters.
The film I was working on was a drama about an American lost in the Russian underworld.Since there is a microcontroller inside the module, with some empty FLASH memory, the newest firmware now allows sending commands to do internal logging to that FLASH.The only thing is that you do need to have a microcontroller send the "Start Logging" command.‘You won’t: you’re not getting out for a while,’ the guard said. I came across the prison smell often in the years that followed: in the billiard bars favoured by gangsters in Ussurijsk, in the station at Kiev and everywhere in Krasnoyarsk, in stairwells and unlicensed cabs and apartments.After a while I sort of got used to it, in a country where anyone from any walk of life, from an oligarch to a punk singer to a teacher to a poet can end up in prison on a whim.We carry a few different GPS modules, but none that satisfied our every desire - that's why we designed this little GPS breakout board.
We believe this is the Ultimate GPS module, so we named it that.
Best of all, we added all the extra goodies you could ever want: a ultra-low dropout 3.3V regulator so you can power it with 3.3-5VDC in, 5V level safe inputs, ENABLE pin so you can turn off the module using any microcontroller pin or switch, a footprint for optional CR1220 coin cell to keep the RTC running and allow warm starts and a tiny bright red LED.
The LED blinks at about 1Hz while it's searching for satellites and blinks once every 15 seconds when a fix is found to conserve power.
A CR1220 coin cell is not included, but we have them in the shop if you'd like to use the GPS's RTC We have a nice fancy library for GPS usage, with background parsing and can set and query the built in GPS logging capability (called LOCUS).
Of all the pages of comment and analysis I’ve read since Mikhail Khodorkovsky was suddenly pardoned on Friday by Vladimir Putin after spending ten years in prison, a note on the Facebook page of the film critic Roman Volobuev stood out: All day I’ve been thinking: 10 years in a Russian prison! I’ve been to Russian prisons a couple of times for work and I still dream of that smell periodically. ‘The smell is the first thing that hits you when you enter prison,’ Yana Yakovleva once told me.
The corridors were narrow and the walls of the prison were dripping with some sort of liquid. ‘But this cell is full of people,’ I told the guard.