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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Support for MediaTek MT3329

From: Stephen Dwyer
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Support for MediaTek MT3329
Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2013 09:40:52 -0600

Hi Jake,

Just adding it to the GPS page would be good too. (No point in starting to fracture the gps receiver information unless it will all be broken up).

-Stephen Dwyer

On Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 8:48 AM, Jake Tarren <address@hidden> wrote:
Or maybe given it's own page where it says all this?  I'll make it after class.

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On Apr 3, 2013, at 4:52 AM, Martin Mueller <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi Jake,
> attaching GND, 5V as well as crossed TX and RX should do. The GPS type is set to
> Mediatek in your airframe with
> <subsystem name="gps" type="mediatek_diy"/>
> The 1.6 version of the diydrones protocol is a little more useful than the 1.4.
> Some data is missing in both protocols so that that data has to be calculated
> from other values (e.g. climb rate). The receiver can only be used for fixed
> wing because of missing data types. The reason why this GPS type is treated
> "step-motherly" here is that the flight results are not compelling. Use a u-blox
> based receiver if possible. Maybe the Mediatek should not be mentioned on the
> Overview page?
> Martin
> Jake Tarren <address@hidden> hat am 3. April 2013 um 06:28 geschrieben:
>> Sure!  The GPS is
>> And it's on this breakout board:
>> I think it is as simple as hooking the 5v in, ground, tx, and rx up.  but
>> there's no info on how to configure it.  I don't suppose if I plug it in
>> it'll just work with the default configuration, and I can't find anything
>> on what firmware to put on it.
>> On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 11:26 PM, Stephen Dwyer <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> Hi Jake,
>>> You might have to be more specific about which GPS exactly you are using
>>> (product page? datasheet?), but I think you should just be able to hook up
>>> TX out from the GPS to RX in on UART3, and RX in to the GPS to TX out on
>>> the UART connector. See the LIsa/M v2
>>> page<>for the UART3 pinout.
>>> Be wary of the signal levels, power consumption and
>>> voltage requirements of the GPS. You may need to modify a
>>> jumper<>.
>>> For software configuration details, see the GPS subsystems
>>> page<>
>>> .
>>> Hope that helps.
>>> Thanks,
>>> -Stephen Dwyer
>>> On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 8:38 PM, Jake Tarren <address@hidden> wrote:
>>>> I'm trying to get the MediaTek MT3329 GPS to work, the wiki say's it's
>>>> supported: "Support is also available for MediaTek MT3329 chipsets with
>>>> DIYDrones firmware."  on this page,
>>>> but that's the only reference to it that I can see, can someone link me
>>>> to a page with more info please, specifically the pinout, it's 6 pins, but
>>>> my Lisa M/v2 only has 4 in UART3.
>>>> Thanks!
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