GPS Tracker - How it works?

Simply insert a standard GSM SIM card into the GPS unit. Whenever you call the unit it will respond with the real-time geo-coordinates of its location via an SMS. If you have a smartphone then you can click over the geo-coordinates (hyperlink) to see the exact location on Google map.

With some very basic/straightforward setup, you can also configure the GPS tracker to send location information (via GPRS) directly to a computer or web-server. Every tracker comes with bundle PC software (supports Microsoft Windows 7 and 8) for real-time location tracking.

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A GPS tracking system uses the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) network. This network incorporates a range of satellites that use microwave signals that are transmitted to GPS devices to give information on location, vehicle speed, time and direction. So, a GPS tracking system can potentially give both real-time and historic navigation data on any kind of journey.
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