[ntp:questions] Sure GPS: Programming it now works
unruh at wormhole.physics.ubc.ca
Fri Apr 8 20:50:18 UTC 2011
On 2011-04-08, E-Mail Sent to this address will be added to the BlackLists <Null at BlackList.Anitech-Systems.invalid> wrote:
> unruh wrote:
>> a more complete set of instructions that can be sent under
>> the MTK protocol is in
> There is slightly newer one here:
Yes, I have that one too. The main change seems to be a Huge MTK
CONFIDENTIAL NO DISCLOSURE Release Version for Transystem in English and
Chinese plastered across every page.
> LeadTek, (I have used several thousand of their chips)
> appears to also have a newer one:
Nope. They list a far smaller set of commands than does the SATEV of
Transcend. (20 commands vs 35 in the other lists. Of course I have not
checked to make sure that the Sure responds to all those extra commands)
>> the Sure chip does seem to respond to a number of those commands.
That is not of much help for the MTK commands.
> I would have thought the SKG16B datasheet or manual would
> have told you all you need to know about supported commands.
> However the most recent datasheets for the SKG16B,
> at first glance seems like they might be a bit lacking
> in full protocol information; Skylab didn't seem to
> have a separate protocol doc either, (to cover their
> proprietary "custom protocol" commands).
I guess they take the MTK proprietary claims seriously. And stupidly.
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