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    Triband GSM/GPRS/GPS module

    Don't know if anyone has seen this, just thought it was pretty neat and quite cheap for the functionality it offers, thinking of using it in my 1-DIN AutoPC.

    http://www.telecom-store.de/id/54161.htm
    http://www.mc-technologies.net/html/...ar/xt55_gb.htm

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    Well I bet you will have a hard times to get this working. Otherwise great idea.

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    Why do you say that ? it's just powering the device with 3,3V and then coupling the serial ports for gps and the gprs/gsm function to the mobo and of you go.

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    Wow, that's a nice find!

    Truely great little board, and it's a siemens, so fully gsm-at compatible... a pitty it doesn't mention waas compatibility.... but it seems to have hardware dead-reackoning possibilities.

    Thanks

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    You'll have less trouble with this than with a usb-gps, that uses a driver etc...

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    just my thought, and also for my 1-DIN project it is only 5mm high which is really low-profile :-)
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    Anything with the 800MHz band? 1900MHz sux over here!!

    Peace,

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    Quote Originally Posted by _dopehead_
    then coupling the serial ports for gps and the gprs/gsm function Jan
    TTL, not RS232, right?

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    Hmm, with all of the other features to ? not from siemens, but i'll check out some other developers. oh, and i found a link with all the specific command sets for that XT55 module in case anyone want's to know more detailed info :-) http://www.esea.cz/support/siemens/xt55/
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    no, rs232 as far as i can tell from the specs, even so, ttl to serial is just one little IC
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