Every board supported by Swifty GPIO with support for UART interfaces.
To use this library, you'll need a Linux ARM board with Swift 3.x.
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Calling this method causes the location manager to obtain an initial location fix (which may take several seconds) and notify your delegate by calling its location Manager =
UBX configuration commands and connection via I2C are not supported at the moment.The example below will use a Raspberry Pi 2 board but you can easily modify the example to use one the the other supported boards, a full working demo projects for the Raspberry Pi2 is available in the Information about the satellites that are currently in the line of sight (max 12), the structure contains: a numerical id, elevation (0..60 in degrees), azimuth (0..360 in degrees) and an snr(d B) value for an indication of the noise affecting the signal.Please refer to the Swifty GPIO readme for Swift installation instructions.Note that you might also have to check for i OS version.Only i OS 8 and up have the Location Manager listen to the I think you should check this link.