I got this little "Anadigi GPS-R02 DIY" car gps kit from eBay seller anadigi-hk, and it was mailed direct from Hong Kong.
[Edit: Apparently, the eBay Store and user are no more.]
It came with the GPS Circuit board and a little plastic case for it, an MMCX antenna with magnetic base, and a matching USB cable. The mini-CD came with drivers and a few test and diagnostic programs.
It works great; by the time my computer comes out of hibernation, it already has a signal lock. Talk about bang for the buck!
The receiver is based on the NemeriX NJ1030A [Datasheet - Archive.org], and includes WAAS/EGNOS support.
Markings on the box: (They look like the vitals for the GPS Antenna)
- Product Model: GPS
- Center Frequency: 1575.42 +/-3Mhz
- LNA Gain (Without Cable): 28dB
- Noise Figure: <1.5dB
- VSWR: <2.0
- DC Current: 10mA Max
- Mounting: Magnetic Base
- Housing: Black
- Working Temp: -40*C ~ +85*C
- Vibration: Sine sweep lg(0-p) 10~50~10Hz each axis
- Humidity: 95%-100%RH
- Weatherproof: 100% Weatherproof
- Cable Length: 3m
- Voltage: 3-5V
- Connector: MMCX
- USB to Serial Converter (onboard): PL-2303* (but the Prolific Windows driver doesn't like it, errors with Code 10: Cannot start", according to the Prolific website, that means it's likely a counterfeit PL-2303 chip. I'll have to dig out the CD that came with it again.)
Update: How to add GPS to your Eee PC @ beta.ivancover.com - That's definitely one of the first things I'd do with an Eee.
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