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Cell phone tracking technology uses GPS, Global Positioning System, to pinpoint the location of a cell phone device. Most cell phone providers offer phones equipped with GPS. Law enforcement agencies use GPS tracking for safety and investigative purposes. The public typically uses GPS for navigation, although more parents are realizing they can track the location of their children using cell phone tracking.

Cell phones with GPS can either provide you with turn-by-turn driving directions or act as a tracking device. In order to use these features you must own a GPS-enabled cell phone that is capable of using programs such as Java. Speak with your cell phone provider about a plan that enables the full functionality of your phone’s GPS. In order for you to use your phone for tracking, you must have the right software provided by location-based services, know the phone number of the person you want to track, and have his permission to track him.

Key focus for any wireless service provider is to make baseband processing more effective, efficient and economical. To accomplish this goal and increase capacity, the provider may look to the deployment of Long Term Evolution, or LTE, in a new frequency band in a new antenna configuration, such as 4 x 4 MIMO. Even new technologies such as LTE-Advanced may offer benefits worth consideration.

As a service provider, potential opportunities would emerge if you were able to improve capacity, coverage and performance. With light Radio technologies, you can gain support for current and anticipated wireless technologies that will address quality and growth changes; combine advancements in radios, antennas and baseband processing to support cloud principles, virtualization and architectural flexibility; and enable easy reprogramming and reconfiguration of network elements.

In the Alcatel-Lucent light Radio Technology Overview, the innovations to address service provider challenges is explored. The challenges faced by service providers easily include adding more radios, antennas, towers and processing capacity; increasing spectral bandwidth; supporting new technologies; and making better use of cell site capacity. The development of light Radio by Alcatel-Lucent focuses on optimizing total network costs over time so each wireless provider can make the most of their existing assets and capabilities.

The success of the Next Generation 911 service (NG 911) projects will depend on the effective integration of wireless and digital communications into a NG911 emergency communication system, according to Government Computer News (GCN).
Integration is important to offer text and video services to NG911 users. Currently, the 911 system is based on wireline platform and does not allow text or other data services.

Smart911 allows citizens to enter information that connects them with their cell phone number and provides personal information that can be vital during an emergency. We are excited that Smart911 is now available to millions of users and look forward to making more towns, cities and states, safer in the coming year.”