xgps is a simple test client for gpsd with an X interface. It displays current GPS position/time/velocity information and (for GPSes that support the feature) the locations of accessible satellites. xgpsspeed is a speedometer that uses position information from the GPS. It accepts an -h option and optional argument as for gps, or a -v option to dump the package version and exit. Additionally, it accepts -rv (reverse video) and -nc (needle color) options. cgps resembles xgps, but without the pictorial satellite display. It can run on a serial terminal or terminal emulator. gpsfake can feed data from files to simulate data coming from many different gps devices.
|gps||test clients for gpsd|
|gps2udp||feed the take from gpsd to one or more aggregation sites|
|gpscat||dump the output from a GPS|
|gpsdecode||decode GPS, RTCM or AIS streams into a readable format|
|gpsfake||test harness for gpsd, simulating a GPS|
|gpspipe||tool to connect to gpsd and retrieve sentences|
|gpxlogger||Tool to connect to gpsd and generate a GPX file|