Good day While looking for the smallest possible GPS solution for a Raspberry PI 2 searching has brought me to these solutions.
I am thinking of getting those two, but being more of a programmer than an hardware person I was thinking I would need some help connecting them to my Pi.
In this Post How do I attach a GPS receiver?. @ppumpkin mentioned that this can be connected to the Pi using the UART pins. ( I have male to female breadboard wire so I can do that)
However in the Datasheet for this device. The 6 pins are described as this
1 GND Ground, 2 VCC V Power Supply, 3 DP USB Positive, 4 DM USB Negative ,5 V_Bat Backup power,6 PWR_CTRL
So apart from pin 1 GND of the GPS being connected to the Pi's ground. I'm not exactly sure where the remaining 5 Pins should be connected.
P.S will the Lat/Lon be returned in such a way where I can save it to a variable and pass it to a URL or whatever I decide I want to do with it?
Thank for any assistance or any resource which can help me.