SparkFun RTK Surveyor Hookup Guide
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Resources and Going Further
We hope you enjoy using the RTK Surveyor as much as we have!
Here are the pertinent technical documents for the RTK Surveyor:
- ZED-F9P GNSS Receiver Datasheet
- MAX17048 Fuel Gauge IC
- SparkFun RTK Surveyor GitHub Repo (contains the open source hardware electronics and enclosure)
- SparkFun RTK Firmware GitHub Repo (contains the firmware that runs SparkFun RTK products)
Check out these additional tutorials for your perusal:
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