I'm new to this forum because I was curious about the "Celestron GPS thingie" getting to work.
I'm from the surroundings of Munich, Freising, which is 30km away from Munich (but we have the Munich airport nearby).
I have a little problem, getting the ublox neo6 communicating.
It works fine with the ublox suite, attached by an USB-TTL converter set to 9600 8N1.
As soon as I hook it on the Ardunio (nano), the display says (you see, I used the sw from TheBum ) **NO DATA** .
Maybe the neo is wrong configurated.
The messages sent from neo are UBLOX and NMEA, should I switch to NMEA only?
The other thing I was confused, that the communication to the scope runs with 19200 8N2 (is the 2 correct and shouldn't it be 9600 bauds?).
You don't have to answer the questions when the answers are "hidden" in the files mentioned in the "README.md".
But if so, please let me know, because by now, I didn't find the answers.
The problem is, that I'm rather a "maker" than a "programmer".
I'm etching PCBs, do the Layout, solder down to 0,5mm pitch and so on ... .
I'm able to read the ino and most of the time I understand, what should happen, but I've never written any piece of sw, which worked - despite of blinking and hello world and some BASIC on the ZX81 and C64 .
So please forgive me my maybe stupid questions .
Greetings from Munich