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Member Since: January 17, 2018

Country: United States

  • Hello , I have a problem I can not connect the ports of my arduino to GPS when I open my monitor seriaI have 0, I copy a program above A have a sparkfun logger shield and a arduino UNO Thanks for the help and sorry for my spelling I'm french

    CODE:

    include <TinyGPS++.h> // Include the TinyGPS++ library

    define GPS_BAUD 9600 // GPS module baud rate. GP3906 defaults to 9600.

    // If you're using an Arduino Uno, RedBoard, or any board that uses the // 0/1 UART for programming/Serial monitor-ing, use SoftwareSerial:

    include <SoftwareSerial.h>

    define ARDUINO_GPS_RX 9 // GPS TX, Arduino RX pin

    define ARDUINO_GPS_TX 8 // GPS RX, Arduino TX pin

    SoftwareSerial Serial1(1,0); // Create a SoftwareSerial

    // Set gpsPort to either ssGPS if using SoftwareSerial or Serial1 if using an // Arduino with a dedicated hardware serial port

    define gpsPort Serial // Alternatively, use Serial1 on the Leonardo

    // Define the serial monitor port. On the Uno, and Leonardo this is 'Serial' // on other boards this may be 'SerialUSB'

    define SerialMonitor Serial

    void setup() { SerialMonitor.begin(9600); gpsPort.begin(GPS_BAUD); }

    void loop() { // print position, altitude, speed, time/date, and satellites: printGPSInfo();

    // "Smart delay" looks for GPS data while the Arduino's not doing anything else smartDelay(1000); }

    void printGPSInfo() { // Print latitude, longitude, altitude in feet, course, speed, date, time, // and the number of visible satellites. SerialMonitor.print("Lat: "); SerialMonitor.println(tinyGPS.location.lat(), 6); SerialMonitor.print("Long: "); SerialMonitor.println(tinyGPS.location.lng(), 6); SerialMonitor.print("Alt: "); SerialMonitor.println(tinyGPS.altitude.feet()); SerialMonitor.print("Course: "); SerialMonitor.println(tinyGPS.course.deg()); SerialMonitor.print("Speed: "); SerialMonitor.println(tinyGPS.speed.mph()); SerialMonitor.print("Date: "); printDate(); SerialMonitor.print("Time: "); printTime(); SerialMonitor.print("Sats: "); SerialMonitor.println(tinyGPS.satellites.value()); SerialMonitor.println(); }

    // This custom version of delay() ensures that the tinyGPS object // is being "fed". From the TinyGPS++ examples. static void smartDelay(unsigned long ms) { unsigned long start = millis(); do { // If data has come in from the GPS module while (gpsPort.available()) tinyGPS.encode(gpsPort.read()); // Send it to the encode function // tinyGPS.encode(char) continues to "load" the tinGPS object with new // data coming in from the GPS module. As full NMEA strings begin to come in // the tinyGPS library will be able to start parsing them for pertinent info } while (millis() - start < ms); }

    // printDate() formats the date into dd/mm/yy. void printDate() { SerialMonitor.print(tinyGPS.date.day()); SerialMonitor.print("/"); SerialMonitor.print(tinyGPS.date.month()); SerialMonitor.print("/"); SerialMonitor.println(tinyGPS.date.year()); }

    // printTime() formats the time into "hh:mm:ss", and prints leading 0's // where they're called for. void printTime() { SerialMonitor.print(tinyGPS.time.hour()); SerialMonitor.print(":"); if (tinyGPS.time.minute() < 10) SerialMonitor.print('0'); SerialMonitor.print(tinyGPS.time.minute()); SerialMonitor.print(":"); if (tinyGPS.time.second() < 10) SerialMonitor.print('0'); SerialMonitor.println(tinyGPS.time.second()); }

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