GNSS Timing Breakout - ZED-F9T (Qwiic) Hookup Guide
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Resources and Going Further
That's a wrap for this tutorial. For more information about the SparkFun GNSS Timing Breakout - ZED-F9T (Qwiic), check out the following resources:
- Schematic (PDF)
- Eagle Files (ZIP)
- Board Dimensions (PNG)
- Datasheet (PDF) (ZED-F9T)
- Integration Manual (PDF) (ZED-F9T)
- Interface Description Reference (PDF) (ZED-F9T)
- Differential Timing Setup AppNote (PDF) (ZED-F9T)
- u-center Software
- SparkFun u-blox GNSS Arduino Library
- GitHub Hardware Repository
For more information on setting up a GNSS Timing Breakout - ZED-F9T as a time base station and broadcasting RTCM data, head over to these tutorials:
- What is GPS RTK? - What is RTCM
- Setting Up a Rover Base RTK System - Setting Up a Temporary Base
- How to Build a DIY GNSS Reference Station:
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