Cell phone tracker chip

 

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Cell phone tracker chip

In this article we hope to outline how this technology works by giving a brief overview of GPS tracking technology, cell phones, and how they work together. Then we will go into some of the various free GPS cell phone trackers that are available for some of the major cell phone platforms. These will include the Android, iPhone, BlackBerry, and Windows cell phone operating systems. This will be followed by a discussion of the various multi-platform trackers. Finally, we will look at the future of free cell phone tracking and see what the future will hold for us.

The essentials of GPS cell phone tracking are really quite simple. There is a built in GPS receiver in the cell phone which is able to get the phones exact location from the satellites that orbit the globe. Through a simple mathematical principle called trilateration the computer on the cell phone is able to take the data gathered from the signals of three different G lobal P ositioning S ystem Satellites ( GPS ) and turn that into information that includes the latitude and longitude of the phone.

This is certainly a valid question. For the privilege of having a data plan that enables the cell phone to act as a GPS tracker you generally have to pay some sort of fee to your cell phone carrier. In my case (Verizon unlimited plan) this is going to cost you an extra $30 a month. For AT&T it will run you an extra $25 a month, but this plan in not unlimited any more. Sprint’s unlimited data plan costs you $20. T-Mobile has an unlimited data plan that also runs $30 a month.

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I need another cell phone, but this phone is wanted
without GPS. An older dependable unit with few features
is fine, my present phone is with Verizon so it is CDMA.
I probably want to get three of these. Need any more
details ask me and i will answer. Thanks everyone.
PaulRx4

Hit ebay or craigslist, because you're probably not going to find any new phones being sold without that feature.

Of course it's supposed to be that such a feature isn't used to track your location, except for 911/emergency services. Wireless carriers don't really need to use that, they can track which tower you're using, they know the radius of the range on that tower, and can triangulate your position pretty easily... IF they want to.

Either way, just make sure whatever phone you get is at least digital, since all analog service was discontinued a couple of weeks ago in the US, and I think almost every other country had done away with analog signals long ago.