A new, economical GNSS board is now available featuring the MAX-M10S from u-blox! We also have four new Pixhawk® flight controller kits!

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Two new GNSS MicroMod Function Boards are now available along with a new OpenLog Artemis and Screwdriver Kits!

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Whether it’s exploring uncharted caves in France or contributing to an open source street-mapping project, Eric Sibert relies on the SparkFun RTK Express for the positional accuracy he needs.

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This week we have two new GPS-RTK Kits featuring the ZED-F9P and the ZED-F9R as well as two new ESP32 WROOM Dual Antenna products!

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The SparkFun RTK Facet L-Band is now available along with an assembled version of our MOSFET Power Control Kit!

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Yesterday, we announced the new version of the RTK Facet. Today, we take a look at some new Arduino products!

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We have a rather unique slew of new products this week including Qwiic PIR Kits, a Satellite Transceiver Breakout, GNSS-RTK Accessories, CNC Machines, and more!

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Understanding GNSS Orbits

Check out our latest geospatial blog post - this time focusing on orbits, their uses, and which GNSS systems utilize them!

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A kit filled with all six colors of our Alphanumeric Displays is now available with a new GPS module and environmental sensor!

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We talked about the differences between GPS and GNSS last week. This week, we'll look at all of your board and module options!

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GPS vs GNSS

So you’re wondering what the difference is between GPS and GNSS? Good news, you’re not alone and you’ve come to the right place! In this blog, we’ll lay out the similarities, differences, and how each will fit into your next project.

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When Adam Garbo of the Water and Ice Research Laboratory at Carleton University saw a lack of data coming from the cryosphere, he turned to an affordable, open-sourced solution he dubbed the Cryologger.

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If you’re looking to build a time-based project, you might not be aware of just how precise and accurate your timing on that can be. Our new GNSS Timing Breakout is capable of measuring time down to 5 nanoseconds. Here’s a quick look at how that type of precision is possible.

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The ZED-F9T GNSS Timing Breakout is now available along with a new SiK Telemetry Radio!

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A look into the MicroMod GNSS Carrier Board and how to utilize it with u-center.

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The newest GNSS-RTK breakout is now available with four new power accessories.

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The RTK Facet joins the ranks of SparkFun's enclosed surveying tools at a fraction of the price of comparable products.

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The Artemis Global Tracker is now fully supported + MicroMod gets a full blown GNSS board!

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We have a lot of options when it comes to our enclosed RTK products. Now, we have a single spot to learn about each one and compare features!

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