I tried to convert a file in NMEA to csv using gpsbabel,
$ gpsbabel -i nmea -f GPS_20160204_092027.log -o csv -F GPS_20160204_092027.csv
I get a csv file with only latitude and longitude, but was hoping to get many other information stored in the original .log file, such as the timestamp.
What can I do to include other information (like the timestamp) as well in the converted csv file?
Edit: Here's the first 11 lines of my sample data, GPS_20160204_092027.log
$ADVER,3080,2.2 $GPRMC,092027.696,A,1438.9787,N,12104.3738,E,1.32,347.54,040216,,,A*6F $GPGGA,092028.696,1438.9795,N,12104.3782,E,1,04,1.7,121.0,M,39.1,M,,0000*5B $GPGSA,A,3,31,14,10,22,,,,,,,,,3.5,1.7,3.1*36 $GPRMC,092028.696,A,1438.9795,N,12104.3782,E,1.68,64.76,040216,,,A*5F $GPVTG,64.76,T,,M,1.68,N,3.1,K,A*33 $GPGGA,092029.696,1438.9834,N,12104.3702,E,1,04,1.7,141.6,M,39.1,M,,0000*56 $GPGSA,A,3,31,14,10,22,,,,,,,,,3.5,1.7,3.1*36 $GPGSV,3,1,11,14,58,103,35,22,41,224,31,31,38,007,30,10,19,175,26*77 $GPGSV,3,2,11,25,00,039,,26,65,298,,16,46,247,33,29,25,059,*75 $GPGSV,3,3,11,27,13,195,,03,11,306,,21,03,127,*41