GPS NMEA Bluetooth transmitter

GPS NMEA Bluetooth transmitter


This App allows you to use your mobile phone GPS receiver to send information via Bluetooth to other hardware that might need it.

The App will also send Barometric pressure it you have a sensor fittied to you device (MDA,MMB) and it converts the pressure to a height measurement (in feet), and outputs on the PGRMZ message (this ability is still beta). The default sea level pressure value is 1013.25 mB, this can be manually changed in using the menu button, you can also use the internet to retrieve the local pressure (you need a location fix and internet connectivity). (this ability is also still beta)

currently is sends out the following NMEA 0183 sentences:

GLL
GGA
GSV
ZDA
RMC
VTG
MDA
MMB

PGRMZ - Available but currently under test to send converted pressure as altitude

Works with Microsoft MapPoint if used with PC Software GPSGate (http://gpsgate.com/products/gpsgate_client)

If you require any specific sentence please email.

Recent changes:
9 MAr 15, Text colour changes if Serial is connected/Disconnected

6 Mar 15, updated the menu to work with Android 5 if no hardware menu button is available.

17 Jan 14 you can now transmit the Barometric pressure (if your device has a sensor), and calculate height from the pressure (1013.25mB is sea level default, this can be changed in settings)

24 Nov 13 This app is currently being used by the US Dept of Agriculture check it out:

http://jornada.nmsu.edu/monit-assess/dima
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About GPS NMEA Bluetooth transmitter
This App allows you to use your mobile phone GPS receiver to send information via Bluetooth to other hardware that might need it.

The App will also send Barometric pressure it you have a sensor fittied to you device (MDA,MMB) and it converts the pressure to a height measurement (in feet), and outputs on the PGRMZ message (this ability is still beta). The default sea level pressure value is 1013.25 mB, this can be manually changed in using the menu button, you can also use the internet to retrieve the local pressure (you need a location fix and internet connectivity). (this ability is also still beta)

currently is sends out the following NMEA 0183 sentences:

GLL
GGA
GSV
ZDA
RMC
VTG
MDA
MMB

PGRMZ - Available but currently under test to send converted pressure as altitude

Works with Microsoft MapPoint if used with PC Software GPSGate (http://gpsgate.com/products/gpsgate_client)

If you require any specific sentence please email.

Recent changes:
9 MAr 15, Text colour changes if Serial is connected/Disconnected

6 Mar 15, updated the menu to work with Android 5 if no hardware menu button is available.

17 Jan 14 you can now transmit the Barometric pressure (if your device has a sensor), and calculate height from the pressure (1013.25mB is sea level default, this can be changed in settings)

24 Nov 13 This app is currently being used by the US Dept of Agriculture check it out:

http://jornada.nmsu.edu/monit-assess/dima
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 24, 2015
Work perfectly. Lost my GPS receiver for my laptop, but had this working through GPS gate and onto GRlevel3 weather radar in about 5 minutes. Will be using it for the upcoming storm chase season, will come back if any issues come up!
A Google User
Mar 7, 2015
Doesnt work Keeps dropping connection, unreliable, moved to an alternative.
A Google User
Oct 18, 2014
Worked perfect I have connected this APP with my Labview and I could track my robot. Excelent
A Google User
Jan 16, 2014
Works perfectly Does exactly as it says on the tin. I was pulling nmea off phone and using it in a blue tooth enabled kobo touch ereader. Developer very helpful and open to suggestion for new features. He's actively working on introducing altitude data into nmea stream from barometer equipped device. Great stuff.
A Google User
Nov 21, 2013
it really works! Installed on a Samsung S3 Mini (Android 4.2.2) On a Bluetooth-enabled Windows 7 laptop, I built a Microsoft Access form that opens a COM port (4800 baud worked), then pulls the NMEA data from the phone. I simply parsed out the coordinates, elevation, and # of satellites into a form, using VBA and standard API calls (no special controls needed). Developer was very responsive to my questions.
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