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Inexpensive OEM GPS Receivers

With PPS

Garmin GPS-18LVC

Sure Electronics GPS Evaluation board

Without PPS

Globalsat BR-355, BU-353 and other modules using the SiRF chip sets.

These don't work very well. They have two problems.

  1. First is that they have a lot of jitter/wander. (The jitter is too low frequency to easily filter out.)
  2. Second is that they have a strange off-by-a-second bug if there is a leap second pending. This graph shows both quirks.
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