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Interfacing Telit GM862 GPS module with an Arduino

Telit GM862 is a GPRS + GPS module with simple AT-based communication protocol. You can connect it to the Arduino in easy way.

Connecting GM862 is really simple. You need only 4 wires - TxD, RxD, Vcc and GND. Its connector is a bloody tiny, but don't worry, you can buy the module with "0.1-friendly" board. :)

I was really surprised how fine this GPS module is. The only one bad thing I've noticed was (really slow) internal Python interpreter - its speed has been the major reason I decide to use external microcontroller.

Read more about interfacing Arduino with a Telit GM862 at Tinkerlog

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