Motorola Oncore GPS Engine for $14.95
Wed, 25 Sep 2002 14:31:26 -0700 (PDT)
After a closer look, I think I may have to retract my prior statements.
It talks about needing to build a 'serial' interface, using a "MAX233"
chip. This is strange, as most of the garmin units I've worked with have
direct serial output. Maybe that's why this is only $15.
On the flip side, it does list the 10pin connector as including "RS232
interface signals", listing pins 8 & 9 as being TTL TX & RX. I'm really
confused at this point. :)
Can anyone provide some clarity?
On Wed, 25 Sep 2002, Ricky Scott wrote:
> > Read a pinout, find the serial TX, RX & GND, solder
> > it to a DB9/DB25
> > cable. Find power. Apply power without letting the
> > factory smoke out.
> Thats Advanced ?, man I wonder what simple would be.
> I think I can do that sleeping or at least dosing :).
> Scotty N7HJ
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