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Jupiter gps receiver module
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Contents
Features .................................................................................................................................5
1.0 Introduction .................................................................................................. 6
1.1 Product overview ............................................................................................................6
1.1.1 Description ..................................................................................................................................6
1.1.2 Receiver architecture .................................................................................................................6
2.0 Hardware interface ...................................................................................... 8
3.0 Serial data I/O interface .............................................................................. 8
3.1 Binary message format and word structure ................................................................8
3.1.1 Binary message format ..............................................................................................................8
3.1.2 Word structure ............................................................................................................................8
3.2 Binary message header .................................................................................................9
3.2.1 Message header word 1 ............................................................................................................9
3.2.2 Message header word 2 ............................................................................................................9
3.2.3 Message header word 3 ............................................................................................................9
3.2.4 Message header word 4 ............................................................................................................9
3.2.5 Message header word 5 ..........................................................................................................10
3.2.6 Log request messages ............................................................................................................10
3.3 Binary message data ....................................................................................................10
3.4 NMEA messages, format, and sentence structure ...................................................10
3.4.1 NMEA output messages ..........................................................................................................10
3.4.2 NMEA input messages ............................................................................................................11
3.4.3 NMEA message format. .........................................................................................................11
3.4.5 NMEA-0183 approved sentences ...........................................................................................11
3.4.6 Proprietary sentences ..............................................................................................................11
3.4.7 Checksum ................................................................................................................................11
3.5 Jupiter binary data messages .....................................................................................14
3.5.1 Binary output message descriptions ........................................................................................14
3.5.1.1 Message 1000 (geodetic position status output) ............................................................ 14
3.5.1.2 Message 1002 (channel summary) ................................................................................. 16
3.5.1.3 Message 1003 (visible satellites) .................................................................................... 17
3.5.1.4 Message 1005 (DGPS Status) ........................................................................................ 18
3.5.1.5 Message 1007 (channel measurement) .......................................................................... 19
3.5.1.6 Message 1009 (reduced ECEF position status output) ..................................................20
3.5.1.7 Message 1011 (receiver ID) ............................................................................................21
3.5.1.8 Message 1012 (user settings output) ..............................................................................22
3.5.1.9 Message 1100 (built-in test results ) ...............................................................................23
3.5.1.10 Message 1108 (UTC time mark pulse output) ............................................................... 24
3.5.1.11 Message 1110 (frequency standard parameters in use) ...............................................25
3.5.1.12 Message 1117 (power management duty cycle in use). ...............................................26
3.5.1.14 Message 1135 (EEPROM Update). ..............................................................................29
3.5.1.15 Message 1136 (EEPROM status) ..................................................................................30
3.5.1.16 Message 1160 (frequency standard table output data). ............................................... 31
3.5.1.17 Message 1180 (flash boot status). ................................................................................32
3.5.1.18 Message 1190 (error/status) .........................................................................................32
3.5.2 Binary input message descriptions. ...................................................................................... 33
3.5.2.2 Message 1210 (user-defined datum) ..............................................................................34
3.5.2.3 Message 1211 (map datum select). ...............................................................................34
3.5.2.4 Message 1212 (satellite elevation mask control). ..........................................................35
3.5.2.5 Message 1213 (satellite candidate select). ....................................................................35
3.5.2.6 Message 1214 (DGPS control) .......................................................................................36
3.5.2.7 Message 1216 (cold start control) ..................................................................................36
3.5.2.8 Message 1217 (solution validity input) ............................................................................37
3.5.2.9 Message 1219 (user-entered altitude input). .................................................................38
3.5.2.10 Message 1220 (application platform control). ..............................................................39
3.5.2.11 Message 1221 (nav configuration). ..............................................................................40
3.5.2.12 Message 1300 (perform built-in test command). .........................................................40
MN002000A © 2004 Navman NZ Ltd. All rights reserved. Proprietary information and specifications subject to change without notice.
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