I am trying to run the basic TinyGPS examples but the data is not being read properly, even at 57600 which should be the default. I have even tried setting it to other baud rates to see if the data looks any better but it looks like the below at 57600:
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Any ideas as to how to determine the current baud rate on the gps without purchasing another board or gps? Also, I am under the impression that I cannot send commands to the gps without knowing the baud rate to communicate with it, is this correct?