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How the GPS coordinates are displayed on the OLED screen.

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from protobuf enum GpsCoordinateFormat

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Enumeration members

GpsFormatDMS

GpsFormatDMS = 1

GPS coordinates are displayed in the degrees minutes seconds format: DD°MM'SS"C DDD°MM'SS"C, where C is the compass point representing the locations quadrant

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from protobuf enum value: GpsFormatDMS = 1;

GpsFormatDec

GpsFormatDec = 0

GPS coordinates are displayed in the normal decimal degrees format: DD.DDDDDD DDD.DDDDDD

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from protobuf enum value: GpsFormatDec = 0;

GpsFormatMGRS

GpsFormatMGRS = 3

GPS coordinates are displayed in Military Grid Reference System format: ZZB CD EEEEE NNNNN, where Z is zone, B is band, C is the east 100k square, D is the north 100k square, E is easting, N is northing

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from protobuf enum value: GpsFormatMGRS = 3;

GpsFormatOLC

GpsFormatOLC = 4

GPS coordinates are displayed in Open Location Code (aka Plus Codes).

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from protobuf enum value: GpsFormatOLC = 4;

GpsFormatOSGR

GpsFormatOSGR = 5

GPS coordinates are displayed in Ordnance Survey Grid Reference (the National Grid System of the UK). Format: AB EEEEE NNNNN, where A is the east 100k square, B is the north 100k square, E is the easting, N is the northing

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from protobuf enum value: GpsFormatOSGR = 5;

GpsFormatUTM

GpsFormatUTM = 2

GPS coordinates are displayed in Universal Transverse Mercator format: ZZB EEEEEE NNNNNNN, where Z is zone, B is band, E is easting, N is northing

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from protobuf enum value: GpsFormatUTM = 2;

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