I have worked with the SE880 eval kit and have moved on to my first integration into my own design. I am running in LDO mode and the only deviation I amde from your example schmatic in the documentation is that I tied GPIO1 high in order to get a 4800 baud rate. I am using a passive ceramic patch antenna with a short 50 ohm cable which worked well on the eval board. The GPS is running a dedicated 1.8V LDO and I dont have anything else on the board powered up when the GPS is on. I am able to turn the GPS on and I get the expected NMEA data over the UART. However, I never get a GPS lock no matter how long I leave it running. In fact I am not even able to get a time or date stamp. I am working with the GPS outside with a clear view of the sky. Can you please suggest what I can look at in order to diagnose this?
Please Could you provide me this information?
send me the schematic, layout and the datasheet of the
following key components:
crystal (ask them what CL that they ordered)
Can you use a spectrum analyzer to measure the 16.369MHz clock and send me the
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Thank you so much for the support! I checked everything as you suggested and the TCXO was at 16MHz despite the package being labeled as 16.369MHz. I swapped out the TCXO and it is working properly now.
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