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  1. #11
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    I read somewhere that you can get the nmea protocol from nmea, but its not a free protocol, and it costs lots to get the spec book for it.

    Edit: i found the page for it:
    http://www.nmea.org/pub/0183/index.html
    its $250 for the protocol book. Good luck analysing the output.
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  2. #12
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    The NMEA standard is ASCII output only, and I already have access to the standards. You can look around on the internet to find the basics that are needed.

    The Earthmate however outputs in a binary format, which would look like garbage in a terminal program (as opposed to a well formated NMEA output). It has a few extra things that it can do that 'standard' NMEA wont, like gps location, signal strength and tracking information, Etc.
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