UM7 Stop Sending packets with GPS Sensor

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Work Environment:
   1. Ubuntu 16.0.4
      Linux Kernel Version: 4.8.0-45-generic
       USB : 3.0 (Industrial PC).
   2. UM7 Orientation Sensor
   3. LS20031 GPS Receiver Module (MT3339 Chipset)
   4. CP2104 USB-to-Serial Adapter
         Port : /dev/ttyUSB0  baud rate : 115200
      
My UM7 is connected to LS20031 GPS Receiver.
Accessing data packet using CP2104 USB-to-Serial Adapter at port /dev/ttyUSB0 at baud rate : 115200.
I am reading both IMU Sensor & GPS data.

But I always get GPS data overflow error, UM7 stop sending packets.
Please find below log for more detail:

Log


17 37 24 50 43 48 52 47 2C 31- 392E3530312C30        .7    $PCHRG0
2E 30 30 30 30 30 30 2C - 30 2E 30 3030303030        .000000,  0.0
2C 30 2E 30 30 30 2C 33 - 2E 35 38 2C2D372E35        ,0.000,3  .55
35 2C 2D 30 2E 34 34 2C - 2A 35 30 0D0A736E70        5,-0.44,  *5p
F0 61 3D 08 82 2E BD D7 - 9F CC 3D 81D87A431F        .a=.....  ...
83 12 BE 06 9A 17 BD 78 - 8C E7 BF 73DF0A431F        .......x  ...
83 12 C0 18 69 53 3F A3 - F4 11 3E 31380C431F        ....iS?.  ...
77 6B 16 3E 47 6E70EC56000CFF- FFEF0000431F8F        wk.>        .
D1 FD E5 FF 1E F0 C1 00 - 00 43 1F 8FD1001D00        ........  .C.
09 00 14 00 00 43 1F 82 - 3B 42 42 F0F1431F8F        .....C..  ;B.
D1 14 27 73 6E 70 F0 61BB3235- 3C71F63BBBEF91        ..'      snp.
80 43 1F 8F D1 BE 06 67 - B6 BD 75 75D8BF7414        .C.....g  ...
F1 43 1F 8F D1 C0 17 9D - B5 3F A3 89D33E29F2        .C......  .?.
8C 43 1F 82 3B 6E70CC6D740D03- F854FFCB431F8F        .C..;..     .
D1 08 7F 73 6E 70 EC 56 - 00 0D FF E5FFED0000        .snp.V  ...
43 1F 9C B4 FD EF FF 12 - F0 B8 00 00431F9CB4        C.......  ...
00 1C 00 0A 00 16 00 00 - 43 1F 96 E642431E1E        ........  C..
43 1F 9C B4 13 6E70CC6D740D03- F854FFCB431F9C        C.....      .
B4 08 6F 73 6E 70 D4 700146FD- FFD80000000200        ..o      snp.
00 FF FF 00 00 00000000000000- 00000043EC0F00        .....C..  ...
3E 02 D8 2E 00 00 00 00 - 05 2A 00 00431FA98B        >.......  .*.
FD EB FF 12 F0 D6 00 00 - 43 1F A9 8B001A000A        ........  C..
00 17 00 00 43 1F A0 CE - 42 43 09 09431FA98B        ....C...  BC.
12 94 73 6E 70 F0 61 3D 8D 0F- BE230C67BD854A        ..    snp.a=J
97 43 1F A9 8B BE 06 63 - D4 BD 76 B42FBF7423        .C.....c  ..#
12 43 1F A9 8B C0 19 D1 - E8 3F A7 A8E53E2F93        .C......  .?.
C5 43 1F A0 CE 206F766572666C- 772E0D0A736E70        .C.....     p
F0 61 BC 6A 9D A5 BC A1 - 19 50 3D 8CE096431F        .a.j....  .P.
B7 4A BE 06 B4 2A BD 77 - 67 5B BF 73EC89431F        .J...*.w  g[.
B7 4A C0 1A E8 D9 3F A8 - 9E 32 3E 2DEACC431F        .J....?.  .2.
AB AA 1A 3E 73 6E70D4700146FD- FFD80000000000        ...>        .
00 00 01 00 00 43 1F B7 - 4A 07 65                   .....C..  J.e


Any idea what I am missing here.
Any suggestion or help is highly appreciated ?
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The log itself is garbled - what is going on? The Hex dump on the left should present as a solid rectangle: 8 bytes space separated, hyphen, 8 bytes space separated.
The data should be all 127-bit ASCII, so I think you have a serial communications mismatch as well.
NMEA sentences have always arrived at 9600 baud in my experience - I would try setting that first (i.e. with stty -F)

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