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GPS module for Arduino and microcontrollers, based on the Ublox model NEO 6M receiver, the module includes its ceramic antenna to be placed directly on the PCB, so it comes ready to operate without requiring further accessories.

The GPS for Arduino can work with a supply voltage in the range of 3.0 to 5.0 volts, while the signals going in and out are 3.3 volts, so a level converter is required if a 5 volt arduino or microcontroller will communicate (transmit) to the GPS module. 

If you only want to receive the NMEA data, simply connect the TX pin with the RX of the Arduino and receive the data sent by the module. In this case, there is no need for level conversion because the Arduino recognizes 3.3 volts as a high level.


  • Ublox NEO-6M GPS Module
  • serial communication
  • Supply voltage: (3.5 – 5 )VDC
  • Active ceramic antenna included
  • signal indicator LED (lights up only when a FIX is received)
  • Antenna size 22x22mm
  • Module size 23x30mm
  • BAUDRATE: 9600
  • EEPROM to save parameter settings
  • Coordinate system: WGS-84
  • Capture sensitivity -148dBm
  • Tracking Sensitivity: -161 dBm
  • Maximum measurable height: 18000
  • Maximum speed 515m/s
  • Accuracy: 1micro second
  • Receive frequency: L1 (1575.42 Mhz)
  • C/A code 1.023 Mhz
  • Start time first time: 38s on average
  • Startup time: 35s on average



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