The GPS location data could be obtained in 2 ways:
- Using the SCPI query command :GNSS:POSITION? which returns "latitude (degrees),longitude (degrees),altitude (meters)" values, or
- Through the network data port (37000) connection, geolocation data is sent as a VRT context packet approximately every 1 second. This context contains the packet timestamp along with latitude, longitude, altitude, speed-over-ground, heading and track angles, and magnetic variation data.
For more details, please refer to the R57x0 Programmer's Guide for details on the SCPI command or the "VRT’s Formatted GPS Geolocation" section, respectively.
Development using functions from thinkRF APIs or through your own application is needed to obtain such data.
You could also use thinkRF's S240v5 software to quickly view the GPS location.