This is a fresh little project we found over at The Carrier Frequency, for using an FPGA board to parse data from a GPS module. Definitely worth a look, we figured our readers would dig it as much as we did – there’s a lot of potential here.
“This is a project that uses a Spartan-3E FPGA Board (Xylo-LM) to grab the serial stream transmitted by a Locosys LS20031 GPS Module and parse the messages for the latitude and longitude. The latitude and longitude values are then feed into a 16×2 Character LCD display on a push of a button.”
So, what do you guys think?
Original article can be found here. Take a look!