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Latitude & Longitude Display System Using GPS & AVR Microcontroller

This project is a reference to budding engineers or a helping hand to those who willing to work and interface a GPS Receiver with microcontrollerand making their own channel to communicate with satellite, seeking for some useful information from satellite to make a effective and efficient system. Before we check all the details of this project, here is the final implemented circuit diagram of longitude and ...

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How to interface GPS with AVR microcontroller (ATmega16)

GPS modem is a device which receives signals from satellite and provides information about latitude, longitude, altitude, time etc. The GPS navigator is more famous in mobiles to track the road maps. The GPS modem has an antenna which receives the satellite signals and transfers them to the modem. The modem in turn converts the data into useful information and sends the output in serial RS232 logic level fo ...

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GPS Running Watch Using Atmega1284

Runners who have moved to a new city may get lost trying to remember the route they carefully planned at home. Instead of stopping the run to pull out a phone, wait for the map to load, find where you are, and determine where you need to go, why not carry something that will automatically tell you where to go without interfering with your run? The GPS Running Watch is a personal GPS guidance device to help ...

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Beacon: A Zero Instruction Navigation Device Using atmega1284

Introduction to the Device Beac0n allows us to explore the tacit human understanding of technological feedback. The Beac0n is a gps pathfinder that is designed to be completely intuitive to the user. The goal is for the user to pick up the device, and with a small amount of exploration, understand it and its functions entirely. The “trailblazer” will walk a path with the device and set particular GPS waypoi ...

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GPS Tracking Device for Cornell Engineering Quad Using Atmega644

Introduction "A GPS tracking devices capable of telling the user his/her approximate distance to buildings and attractions on a map downloaded from a remote station" -Project Soundbyte For our final project in ECE4760, we designed an GPS tracking device that has a capability of downloading maps from a remote server, and then calculating distances from buildings and attractions on that map. For our project, ...

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Auditory navigator Using Atmega644

Introduction Navigation in the past has primarily relied on the use of a map, compass or other devices that must be interpreted visually. This project demonstrates the ability to navigate a user based on synthesized directional audio which allows the user to move to a known location without the use of a visual aid. The module uses a GPS, a digital compass, and an ATmega32 to generate sound based on the dire ...

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Haptic appointment manager Using Atmega644

Introduction The Haptic Appointment Manager manages all of an individuals appointments, ensuring they arrive on time and in the right location by subtly guiding them throughout the day. This system uses a GPS receiver and a compass to maintain awareness of its absolute and rotational position. By interfacing with a calendar of time stamped waypoints, this system effectively guides the user to his appointmen ...

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