TinyGPS Satellite Count Mod

TinyGPS

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The TinyGPS Library, by Mikal Hart, is a compact GPS library for Arduino. The only thing I saw missing from the library was a way to find the number of satellites in view, and the number of satellites being used (if a fix has been obtained).

Based on Mikal's version 9 of the TinyGPS Library, I made some modifications to check the GPGSA and GPGSV sentences from the GPS.

Changes

A small change had to be made to the parsing logic.

Mikal makes the library only parse other GPS sentences when a fix has been obtained 1). To be able to report the data from the GPGSV sentences (satellites in view, among other things), data had to be available even when a fix was not available.

The change means that you can now check the number of satellites that are in view (i.e. satsinview()) anytime.

As a result of the changes, another function that you can use to check the current fix type (i.e. no fix, 2D or 3D) is called fixtype(). It returns one of:

  • TinyGPS::GPS_FIX_NO_FIX (== 1) - No GPS fix.
  • TinyGPS::GPS_FIX_2D (== 2) - 2D GPS fix.
  • TinyGPS::GPS_FIX_3D (== 3) - 3D GPS fix. This means altitude data is valid.

(Check this handy site for details on the GPGSA sentence).

Example

Here is an example of how you check for valid data and/or check for the satellite count:

TinyGPS_SatsMod_Example.pde
#include <NewSoftSerial.h>
#include <TinyGPS.h>
 
TinyGPS gps;
NewSoftSerial nss(2, 3);
 
void setup()
{
  Serial.begin(115200);
  nss.begin(4800);
 
  Serial.println("TinyGPS Satellite Count Mod Test");
  Serial.println();
}
 
void loop()
{
  if (nss.available())
  {
    if (gps.encode(nss.read()))
    {
      Serial.print("Satellites in view: ");
      Serial.println(gps.satsinview(), DEC);
 
      if (gps.fixtype() == TinyGPS::GPS_FIX_NO_FIX)
      {
        Serial.print("No fix.");
      }
      else
      {
        // we have a fix (could be GPS_FIX_2D or GPS_FIX_3D)
        Serial.print("Fix type: ");
        if (gps.fixtype() == TinyGPS::GPS_FIX_2D)
          Serial.println("2D");
        else
          Serial.println("3D");
 
        Serial.print("Satellites used: ");
        Serial.println(gps.satsused(), DEC);
 
        // You can do the rest of your coding here - e.g. gpsdump()
      }
    }
  }
}

Downloads

You can download a zip of the entire modified library from the Rogue Code Google Code Repository.

Here are the individual source files (I don't intend on creating a code repository for these, since these are modifications to Mikal's Library - so if he wants to include these changes, it's up to him):

TinyGPS.h

TinyGPS.h
/*
  TinyGPS - a small GPS library for Arduino providing basic NMEA parsing
  Copyright (C) 2008-9 Mikal Hart
  All rights reserved.
 
  Satellite Count Mod - by Brett Hagman
  http://www.roguerobotics.com/
 
  This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
  modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
  License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
  version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 
  This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
  but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
  MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
  Lesser General Public License for more details.
 
  You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
  License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
  Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  02110-1301  USA
*/
 
#ifndef TinyGPS_h
#define TinyGPS_h
 
#include "WProgram.h"
 
#define _GPS_VERSION 9 // software version of this library
#define _GPS_MPH_PER_KNOT 1.15077945
#define _GPS_MPS_PER_KNOT 0.51444444
#define _GPS_KMPH_PER_KNOT 1.852
#define _GPS_MILES_PER_METER 0.00062137112
#define _GPS_KM_PER_METER 0.001
//#define _GPS_NO_STATS
 
class TinyGPS
{
  public:
    TinyGPS();
    bool encode(char c); // process one character received from GPS
    TinyGPS &operator << (char c) {encode(c); return *this;}
 
    // lat/long in hundred thousandths of a degree and age of fix in milliseconds
    inline void get_position(long *latitude, long *longitude, unsigned long *fix_age = 0)
    {
      if (latitude) *latitude = _latitude;
      if (longitude) *longitude = _longitude;
      if (fix_age) *fix_age = _last_position_fix == GPS_INVALID_FIX_TIME ? 
        GPS_INVALID_AGE : millis() - _last_position_fix;
    }
 
    // date as ddmmyy, time as hhmmsscc, and age in milliseconds
    inline void get_datetime(unsigned long *date, unsigned long *time, unsigned long *fix_age = 0)
    {
      if (date) *date = _date;
      if (time) *time = _time;
      if (fix_age) *fix_age = _last_time_fix == GPS_INVALID_FIX_TIME ? 
        GPS_INVALID_AGE : millis() - _last_time_fix;
    }
 
    // signed altitude in centimeters (from GPGGA sentence)
    inline long altitude() { return _altitude; }
 
    // course in last full GPRMC sentence in 100th of a degree
    inline unsigned long course() { return _course; }
 
    // speed in last full GPRMC sentence in 100ths of a knot
    unsigned long speed() { return _speed; }
 
    // number of satellites in view (GPGSV sentence)
    unsigned char satsinview() { return _satsinview; }
 
    // number of satellites used for fix (GPGSA sentence)
    unsigned char satsused() { return _satsused; }
 
    // get the fix type
    unsigned char fixtype() { return _fixtype; }
 
#ifndef _GPS_NO_STATS
    void stats(unsigned long *chars, unsigned short *good_sentences, unsigned short *failed_cs);
#endif
 
    inline void f_get_position(float *latitude, float *longitude, unsigned long *fix_age = 0)
    {
      long lat, lon;
      get_position(&lat, &lon, fix_age);
      *latitude = lat / 100000.0;
      *longitude = lon / 100000.0;
    }
 
    inline void crack_datetime(int *year, byte *month, byte *day, 
      byte *hour, byte *minute, byte *second, byte *hundredths = 0, unsigned long *fix_age = 0)
    {
      unsigned long date, time;
      get_datetime(&date, &time, fix_age);
      if (year) 
      {
        *year = date % 100;
        *year += *year > 80 ? 1900 : 2000;
      }
      if (month) *month = (date / 100) % 100;
      if (day) *day = date / 10000;
      if (hour) *hour = time / 1000000;
      if (minute) *minute = (time / 10000) % 100;
      if (second) *second = (time / 100) % 100;
      if (hundredths) *hundredths = time % 100;
    }
 
    inline float f_altitude()    { return altitude() / 100.0; }
    inline float f_course()      { return course() / 100.0; }
    inline float f_speed_knots() { return speed() / 100.0; }
    inline float f_speed_mph()   { return _GPS_MPH_PER_KNOT * f_speed_knots(); }
    inline float f_speed_mps()   { return _GPS_MPS_PER_KNOT * f_speed_knots(); }
    inline float f_speed_kmph()  { return _GPS_KMPH_PER_KNOT * f_speed_knots(); }
 
    static int library_version() { return _GPS_VERSION; }
 
    enum {GPS_INVALID_AGE = 0xFFFFFFFF, GPS_INVALID_ANGLE = 999999999, GPS_INVALID_ALTITUDE = 999999999, GPS_INVALID_DATE = 0,
      GPS_INVALID_TIME = 0xFFFFFFFF, GPS_INVALID_SPEED = 999999999, GPS_INVALID_FIX_TIME = 0xFFFFFFFF};
 
    enum {GPS_FIX_NO_FIX = 1, GPS_FIX_2D = 2, GPS_FIX_3D = 3};
 
private:
    enum {_GPS_SENTENCE_GPGGA, _GPS_SENTENCE_GPRMC, _GPS_SENTENCE_GPGSV, _GPS_SENTENCE_GPGSA, _GPS_SENTENCE_OTHER};
 
    // properties
    unsigned long _time, _new_time;
    unsigned long _date, _new_date;
    long _latitude, _new_latitude;
    long _longitude, _new_longitude;
    long _altitude, _new_altitude;
    unsigned long  _speed, _new_speed;
    unsigned long  _course, _new_course;
    unsigned char  _satsinview, _new_satsinview;
    unsigned char  _satsused, _new_satsused;
    unsigned char  _fixtype, _new_fixtype;
 
    unsigned long _last_time_fix, _new_time_fix;
    unsigned long _last_position_fix, _new_position_fix;
 
    // parsing state variables
    byte _parity;
    bool _is_checksum_term;
    char _term[15];
    byte _sentence_type;
    byte _term_number;
    byte _term_offset;
 
#ifndef _GPS_NO_STATS
    // statistics
    unsigned long _encoded_characters;
    unsigned short _good_sentences;
    unsigned short _failed_checksum;
    unsigned short _passed_checksum;
#endif
 
    // internal utilities
    int from_hex(char a);
    unsigned long parse_decimal();
    unsigned long parse_degrees();
    bool term_complete();
    bool gpsisdigit(char c) { return c >= '0' && c <= '9'; }
    long gpsatol(const char *str);
    int gpsstrcmp(const char *str1, const char *str2);
};
 
// Arduino 0012 workaround
#undef int
#undef char
#undef long
#undef byte
#undef float
#undef abs
#undef round 
 
#endif

TinyGPS.cpp

TinyGPS.cpp
/*
  TinyGPS - a small GPS library for Arduino providing basic NMEA parsing
  Copyright (C) 2008-9 Mikal Hart
  All rights reserved.
 
  Satellite Count Mod - by Brett Hagman
  http://www.roguerobotics.com/
 
  This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
  modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
  License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
  version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 
  This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
  but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
  MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
  Lesser General Public License for more details.
 
  You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
  License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
  Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  02110-1301  USA
*/
 
#include "WProgram.h"
#include "TinyGPS.h"
 
#define _GPRMC_TERM   "GPRMC"
#define _GPGGA_TERM   "GPGGA"
#define _GPGSV_TERM   "GPGSV"
#define _GPGSA_TERM   "GPGSA"
 
TinyGPS::TinyGPS()
:  _time(GPS_INVALID_TIME)
,  _date(GPS_INVALID_DATE)
,  _latitude(GPS_INVALID_ANGLE)
,  _longitude(GPS_INVALID_ANGLE)
,  _altitude(GPS_INVALID_ALTITUDE)
,  _speed(GPS_INVALID_SPEED)
,  _course(GPS_INVALID_ANGLE)
,  _satsinview(0)
,  _satsused(0)
,  _fixtype(GPS_FIX_NO_FIX)
,  _last_time_fix(GPS_INVALID_FIX_TIME)
,  _last_position_fix(GPS_INVALID_FIX_TIME)
,  _parity(0)
,  _is_checksum_term(false)
,  _sentence_type(_GPS_SENTENCE_OTHER)
,  _term_number(0)
,  _term_offset(0)
#ifndef _GPS_NO_STATS
,  _encoded_characters(0)
,  _good_sentences(0)
,  _failed_checksum(0)
#endif
{
  _term[0] = '\0';
}
 
//
// public methods
//
 
bool TinyGPS::encode(char c)
{
  bool valid_sentence = false;
 
  ++_encoded_characters;
  switch(c)
  {
  case ',': // term terminators
    _parity ^= c;
  case '\r':
  case '\n':
  case '*':
    if (_term_offset < sizeof(_term))
    {
      _term[_term_offset] = 0;
      valid_sentence = term_complete();
    }
    ++_term_number;
    _term_offset = 0;
    _is_checksum_term = c == '*';
    return valid_sentence;
 
  case '$': // sentence begin
    _term_number = _term_offset = 0;
    _parity = 0;
    _sentence_type = _GPS_SENTENCE_OTHER;
    _is_checksum_term = false;
    return valid_sentence;
  }
 
  // ordinary characters
  if (_term_offset < sizeof(_term) - 1)
    _term[_term_offset++] = c;
  if (!_is_checksum_term)
    _parity ^= c;
 
  return valid_sentence;
}
 
#ifndef _GPS_NO_STATS
void TinyGPS::stats(unsigned long *chars, unsigned short *sentences, unsigned short *failed_cs)
{
  if (chars) *chars = _encoded_characters;
  if (sentences) *sentences = _good_sentences;
  if (failed_cs) *failed_cs = _failed_checksum;
}
#endif
 
//
// internal utilities
//
int TinyGPS::from_hex(char a) 
{
  if (a >= 'A' && a <= 'F')
    return a - 'A' + 10;
  else if (a >= 'a' && a <= 'f')
    return a - 'a' + 10;
  else
    return a - '0';
}
 
unsigned long TinyGPS::parse_decimal()
{
  char *p = _term;
  bool isneg = *p == '-';
  if (isneg) ++p;
  unsigned long ret = 100UL * gpsatol(p);
  while (gpsisdigit(*p)) ++p;
  if (*p == '.')
  {
    if (gpsisdigit(p[1]))
    {
      ret += 10 * (p[1] - '0');
      if (gpsisdigit(p[2]))
        ret += p[2] - '0';
    }
  }
  return isneg ? -ret : ret;
}
 
unsigned long TinyGPS::parse_degrees()
{
  char *p;
  unsigned long left = gpsatol(_term);
  unsigned long tenk_minutes = (left % 100UL) * 10000UL;
  for (p=_term; gpsisdigit(*p); ++p);
  if (*p == '.')
  {
    unsigned long mult = 1000;
    while (gpsisdigit(*++p))
    {
      tenk_minutes += mult * (*p - '0');
      mult /= 10;
    }
  }
  return (left / 100) * 100000 + tenk_minutes / 6;
}
 
// Processes a just-completed term
// Returns true if new sentence has just passed checksum test and is validated
bool TinyGPS::term_complete()
{
  if (_is_checksum_term)
  {
    byte checksum = 16 * from_hex(_term[0]) + from_hex(_term[1]);
    if (checksum == _parity)
    {
#ifndef _GPS_NO_STATS
      ++_good_sentences;
#endif
      _last_time_fix = _new_time_fix;
      _last_position_fix = _new_position_fix;
 
      switch(_sentence_type)
      {
        case _GPS_SENTENCE_GPRMC:
          _time      = _new_time;
          _date      = _new_date;
          _latitude  = _new_latitude;
          _longitude = _new_longitude;
          _speed     = _new_speed;
          _course    = _new_course;
          break;
        case _GPS_SENTENCE_GPGGA:
          _altitude  = _new_altitude;
          _time      = _new_time;
          _latitude  = _new_latitude;
          _longitude = _new_longitude;
          break;
        case _GPS_SENTENCE_GPGSV:
          _satsinview = _new_satsinview;
          break;
        case _GPS_SENTENCE_GPGSA:
          _satsused = _new_satsused;
          _fixtype = _new_fixtype;
          break;
      }
      return true;
    }
 
#ifndef _GPS_NO_STATS
    else
      ++_failed_checksum;
#endif
    return false;
  }
 
  // the first term determines the sentence type
  if (_term_number == 0)
  {
    if (!gpsstrcmp(_term, _GPRMC_TERM))
      _sentence_type = _GPS_SENTENCE_GPRMC;
    else if (!gpsstrcmp(_term, _GPGGA_TERM))
      _sentence_type = _GPS_SENTENCE_GPGGA;
    else if (!gpsstrcmp(_term, _GPGSV_TERM))
    {
      _sentence_type = _GPS_SENTENCE_GPGSV;
    }
    else if (!gpsstrcmp(_term, _GPGSA_TERM))
    {
      _sentence_type = _GPS_SENTENCE_GPGSA;
      _new_satsused = 0;
    }
    else
      _sentence_type = _GPS_SENTENCE_OTHER;
    return false;
  }
 
  if (_sentence_type == _GPS_SENTENCE_GPGSV)
  {
    if (_term_number == 3 && _term[0])
    {
      // we've got our number of sats
      // NOTE: we will more than likely hit this a few times in a row, because
      // there are usually multiple GPGSV sentences to describe all of the sats
      _new_satsinview = (unsigned char) gpsatol(_term);
    }
  }
  else if (_sentence_type == _GPS_SENTENCE_GPGSA)
  {
    if (_term_number == 2 && _term[0])  // Fix type
    {
      _new_fixtype = (unsigned char) gpsatol(_term);
    }
    else if (_term_number >= 3 && _term_number <= 14 && _term[0]) // Count our sats used
    {
      _new_satsused++;
    }
//    if (_term_number == 15)  // PDOP
//    if (_term_number == 16)  // HDOP
//    if (_term_number == 17)  // VDOP
  }   
  else if (_sentence_type != _GPS_SENTENCE_OTHER && _term[0])
  {
    switch((_sentence_type == _GPS_SENTENCE_GPGGA ? 200 : 100) + _term_number)
    {
      case 101: // Time in both sentences
      case 201:
        _new_time = parse_decimal();
        _new_time_fix = millis();
        break;
      case 103: // Latitude
      case 202:
        _new_latitude = parse_degrees();
        _new_position_fix = millis();
        break;
      case 104: // N/S
      case 203:
        if (_term[0] == 'S')
          _new_latitude = -_new_latitude;
        break;
      case 105: // Longitude
      case 204:
        _new_longitude = parse_degrees();
        break;
      case 106: // E/W
      case 205:
        if (_term[0] == 'W')
          _new_longitude = -_new_longitude;
        break;
      case 107: // Speed (GPRMC)
        _new_speed = parse_decimal();
        break;
      case 108: // Course (GPRMC)
        _new_course = parse_decimal();
        break;
      case 109: // Date (GPRMC)
        _new_date = gpsatol(_term);
        break;
      case 209: // Altitude (GPGGA)
        _new_altitude = parse_decimal();
        break;
    }
  }
 
  return false;
}
 
long TinyGPS::gpsatol(const char *str)
{
  long ret = 0;
  while (gpsisdigit(*str))
    ret = 10 * ret + *str++ - '0';
  return ret;
}
 
int TinyGPS::gpsstrcmp(const char *str1, const char *str2)
{
  while (*str1 && *str1 == *str2)
    ++str1, ++str2;
  return *str1;
}

keywords.txt

keywords.txt
#######################################
# Syntax Coloring Map for TinyGPS
#######################################

#######################################
# Datatypes (KEYWORD1)
#######################################

TinyGPS	KEYWORD1

#######################################
# Methods and Functions (KEYWORD2)
#######################################

encode	KEYWORD2
get_position	KEYWORD2
get_datetime	KEYWORD2
altitude	KEYWORD2
speed	KEYWORD2
course	KEYWORD2
stats	KEYWORD2
f_get_position	KEYWORD2
crack_datetime	KEYWORD2
f_altitude	KEYWORD2
f_course	KEYWORD2
f_speed_knots	KEYWORD2
f_speed_mph	KEYWORD2
f_speed_mps	KEYWORD2
f_speed_kmph	KEYWORD2
library_version	KEYWORD2
fixtype	KEYWORD2
satsinview	KEYWORD2
satsused	KEYWORD2

#######################################
# Constants (LITERAL1)
#######################################

GPS_INVALID_AGE	LITERAL1
GPS_INVALID_ANGLE	LITERAL1
GPS_INVALID_ALTITUDE	LITERAL1
GPS_INVALID_DATE	LITERAL1
GPS_INVALID_TIME	LITERAL1

GPS_FIX_NO_FIX	LITERAL1
GPS_FIX_2D	LITERAL1
GPS_FIX_3D	LITERAL1
1) Technically, Mikal checks the GPRMC sentence to see if the Data Status field is reporting a valid position.

Discussion

John, 2010/08/02 05:25

Nice programming - thx I installed your versions of TinyGPS.h, TinyGPS.cpp and TinyGPS_SatsMod_Example.pde , but I cant get the progam running. Mikals test_with _gps_device and the NewSoftSerialTest run without a problem. The output of my em406a is:

$GPRMC,173351.000,A,4944.8856,N,00641.5578,E,1.07,316.45,010810,,*08 $GPGGA,173352.000,4944.8854,N,00641.5580,E,1,04,3.9,251.1,M,47.7,M,,0000*57 $GPGSA,A,3,29,21,05,30,,,,,,,,,4.8,3.9,2.9*31 $GPRMC,173352.000,A,4944.8854,N,00641.5580,E,0.21,258.55,010810,,*01 $GPGGA,173353.000,4944.8851,N,00641.5581,E,1,04,3.9,250.6,M,47.7,M,,0000*54 $GPGSA,A,3,29,21,05,30,,,,,,,,,4.8,3.9,2.9*31 $GPGSV,3,1,12,21,65,155,20,16,50,301,24,29,43,073,36,31,31,212,*71 $GPGSV,3,2,12,06,23,266,21,05,16,043,28,30,13,133,18,18,08,143,16*7B $GPGSV,3,3,12,03,07,268,16,13,06,325,16,24,04,209,,23,01,300,*78

So far I found out that the following code never turns true:

if (nss.available())
    if (gps.encode(nss.read()))
      newdata = true;

I changed the code to: newdata = true;

But there is no Satellites used data. I studied your code for hours with no result. Appreciate any help. John + arduino 0018 IDE with Arduino Duemilanove +

bhagman, 2010/08/03 22:18

I'll have to set up my GPS rig again to check this out. All I can think of is something being is being dropped in the .encode() method.

Can you snag a big chunk of GPS data from your unit and send it to me? Preferably data that has both “no fix” and “fix” conditions.

b

John, 2010/08/05 12:47

thanks for your help. I posted the data at http://rapidshare.com/files/411231975/Chunk.C

bhagman, 2010/08/06 18:07

It was an annoying bug to find, but I found it. In the term_complete() method, I somehow moved the return true; inside the switch() block.

It's all fixed now.

I ran a test using the data you provided by putting the data onto a SD card and used a uMMC to pump the data through a Duemilanove. Here's the code I used (a modified version of Mikal's static_test sketch): TinyGPS Test Using a uMMC

b

John, 2010/08/07 07:46

hate to say this: the prog stops at “TinyGPS Satellite Count Mod Test”. I double checked if the new code is installed, my gps output, Mikals test_with _gps_device - all works - but I dont get a reading on TinyGPS_SatsMod_Example.pde There might be a difference between the tinygps_test_using_ummc method and live gps data ??

bhagman, 2010/08/07 18:46

Took me a bit to get my rig together again :) (it was easier for me to do the uMMC test than to set up the GPS).

Tested it out and it works fine.

I get:

No fix.Satellites in view: 9
No fix.Satellites in view: 9
No fix.Satellites in view: 9
No fix.Satellites in view: 9
No fix.Satellites in view: 9
...
Fix type: 3D
Satellites used: 4
Satellites in view: 7
Fix type: 3D
Satellites used: 4
Satellites in view: 7
Fix type: 3D
Satellites used: 4
Satellites in view: 7
...

I'm guessing that something happened when you updated the library. Make sure you download the new version: Rogue Code Google Code Repository

b

John, 2010/08/08 11:05

:) It works! :) Somehow I had a bad GPS checksum in my last listing. Thanks again - John

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code/arduino_tinygps_satellite_count_mod.txt · Last modified: 2010/08/06 17:30 by bhagman
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