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NAME ^

Net::GPSD::Satellite - Provides an interface for a gps satellite object.

SYNOPSIS ^

  use Net::GPSD;
  my $obj=Net::GPSD->new();
  my $i=0;
  print join("\t", qw{Count PRN ELEV Azim SNR USED}), "\n";
  foreach ($obj->getsatellitelist) {
    print join "\t", ++$i,
                     $_->prn,
                     $_->elev,
                     $_->azim,
                     $_->snr,
                     $_->used;
                     $_->oid;
    print "\n";
  }

or to construct a satelite object

  use Net::GPSD::Satelite;
  my $obj=Net::GPSD::Satellite->new(22,80,79,35,1);

or to create a satelite object

  use Net::GPSD::Satelite;
  my $obj=Net::GPSD::Satellite->new();
  $obj->prn(22), 
  $obj->elev(80), 
  $obj->azim(79), 
  $obj->snr(35), 
  $obj->used(1);

DESCRIPTION ^

CONSTRUCTOR ^

new

  my $obj=Net::GPSD::Satellite->new($prn,$elev,$azim,$snr,$used);

METHODS ^

initialize

prn

Returns the Satellite PRN number.

  $obj->prn(22); 
  my $prn=$obj->prn; 

oid

Returns the Satellite Object ID from the GPS::OID package.

  $obj->oid(22216); 
  my $oid=$obj->oid; 

elevation, elev

Returns the satellite elevation, 0 to 90 degrees.

  $obj->elev(80); 
  my $elev=$obj->elev; 

azimuth, azim

Returns the satellite azimuth, 0 to 359 degrees.

  $obj->azim(79); 
  my $azim=$obj->azim; 

snr

Returns the Signal to Noise ratio (C/No) 00 to 99 dB, null when not tracking.

  $obj->snr(35); 
  my $snr=$obj->snr; 

used

Returns a 1 or 0 according to if the satellite was or was not used in the last fix.

  $obj->used(1);
  my $used=$obj->used; 

q2u

LIMITATIONS ^

BUGS ^

Email author and submit to RT.

SUPPORT ^

DavisNetworks.com supports all Perl applications including this package.

AUTHOR ^

Michael R. Davis, qw/gpsd michaelrdavis com/

LICENSE ^

Copyright (c) 2006 Michael R. Davis (mrdvt92)

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

SEE ALSO ^

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