[time-nuts] Magellan GPS OEM 10 Channel -- Looking for pinout or any documentation

Mariusz Po┼╝oga pozoga at cbk.waw.pl
Fri Oct 16 03:43:32 EDT 2015


Unfortunately board have 16-pin i 2 row interface.
There is photo of board:
http://users.cbk.waw.pl/~pozoga/oem10.jpg
Mariusz

On Wed, 2015-10-14 at 14:11 -0500, Gregory Beat wrote:
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> What is the I/O Pin Configuration (number/layout) on this GPS
> receiver?
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> The earlier Magellan OEM boards used an 8-pin interface (as seen in G8
> manual).
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> Does your Magellan GPS board have these markings (silk-screened on
> board)??
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>   MAGELLAN Systems Corporation 
>   GPS OEM 10 channel 
>   P/N 00-81014-000 
>   Date code: 1994 
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> Magellan did produce a 10-channel receiver, ProMark X, used in some of
> their consumer and OEM aviation/marine products in mid-1990s.
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> Ashtech G8 GPS OEM Board Reference Manual (circa 1998)
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> ftp://space.augsburg.edu/processed/MACCS/BU/boston_documentation/manuals/g8.pdf
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> GG12 OEM Board Reference Manual (circa 2000)
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> http://ashgps.com/mirror/20130710/OEM,%20Sensor%20&%
> 20ADU/gg12/Reference%20Material/630831%20GG12%20Rev%20A.pdf
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> A12, B12, & AC12 Reference Manual (circa 2005-2007)
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> ftp://ftp.ashtech.com/OEM_Sensor_ADU/Legacy%20products/A12,%20%20B12,%
> 20%26%20AC12/Reference%20Material/A12,%20B12%20%26%20AC12%20RM%20rev%
> 20E.pdf
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> w9gb
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> ====
> > I have few old Magellan OEM 10 Channel GPS receiver. I want use them
> > as a source of PPS on some passive radar. I'm looking for pinout or
> any
> > manual. If anyone has any information I would be grateful.
> > Best Regards
> > Mariusz Pozoga.
> 
> ====
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> History (Smithsonian now has records)
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> http://amhistory.si.edu/archives/AC1214.html
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> Ed Tuck of the Boundary Fund, a venture capital firm specializing in
> technologies founded the Magellan Systems Corporation in 1986 and
> served as its director from 1986 to 1993. Tuck assembled the initial
> team of Norm Hunt, Larry Weill, Val Wong, and Sab Ifune to conduct a
> feasibility study in early 1986 to pursue commercial markets for
> products based on global positioning system (GPS) technology. 
> 
> Magellan introduced the first handheld commercial GPS receiver in 1989
> and was the first company to make GPS devices affordable to consumers.
> Magellan introduced the first handheld commercial GPS receiver in 1989
> and was the first company to make GPS devices affordable to consumers.
> The company successfully introduced GPS products into the marine,
> professional, military and automotive and general aviation markets.
> 
> Magellan was purchased by Orbital Sciences Corporation in 1994. 
> 
> In 2001, Thales Group purchased the Magellan division of Orbital
> Sciences, and the company became known as Thales Navigation. 
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> In 2006, a private equity firm, Shah Capital Partners, and other
> investors purchased Thales Navigation, and the company was officially
> renamed Magellan Navigation. Magellan (also known as MiTAC Digital
> Corporation) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of MiTAC International
> Corporation and promotes and sells products and services under the
> Magellan brand name. 
> 
> Magellan is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.
> 
> http://www.magellangps.com
> 
> ====
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> Sent from iPad Air




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