How GPS Tracking System Work?
In the heart of the Tracker Unit is The Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver which receives signals from a group of 27 Earth-orbiting satellites (24 in operation and three extras in case one fails). The Satellites enables a tracker device to locate the exact geographical coordinates of its position on the earth. The U.S. military developed and implemented this satellite network as a military navigation system, but now lets everyone use the signals.
Also, the Tracker Unit has a wireless modem inside of it which is similar to what is inside a cell phone. This enables the Tracker system communicates the GPS data that it receieves to our base station in real-time through GSM network just like the way your phone communicates.
Our systems are typically very simple to install, and in fact, 50% of our customer install themselves. Simply hook up a ground, and power wire, mount the GPS antenna and the system is ready to go. Of course we have a network of installation specialists, should you decide to use a professional.
Some our devices even comes with no calbles or connection wires to connect.