Ferrite, leads
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(2018-09-11, 21:13)allsorts Wrote: There is power on the GPS antenna socket. I think all GPS antennas need power to bring the incredibly low level signals from the satellites up to a level that'll get along a few yards of coax cable. On the GPS module Pin 3 VANT is connect to the +3.3 V rail and internally to pin 1 ANTENNA IN.

I'm using one of the cheap GPS antennas underneath a slate roof without any issues. Currently:

100% availabilty, 18 tracked, 20 in view, 10 GLONASS.

I checked the Gmm-g3 datasheet and yes, you are right. Thanks for the correction.

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Ferrite, leads - by de37421 - 2018-09-11, 18:21
RE: Ferrite, leads - by dupreezd - 2018-09-11, 20:32
RE: Ferrite, leads - by allsorts - 2018-09-11, 21:13
RE: Ferrite, leads - by dupreezd - 2018-09-11, 21:25



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