GPS and GSM Car Antennas
GPS and GSM car antennas are devices used to broadcast GPS and GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) signals in order to track a vehicle’s location. GPS (Global Positioning System) uses a constellation of 24 satellites orbiting the earth to send signals directly to GPS receivers, which then triangulate the signal and use it to determine the exact location of the receiver. GSM car antennas, on the other hand, works by connecting the car to a cellular network and using the cell tower’s signal to determine the vehicle’s location. These antennas have the ability to track a vehicle’s speed, direction and other factors. In addition, the antennas can also be used for other tracking purposes, such as fleet management and security.