When we talk about the global positioning system, the operating system that conducts the triangulation operations does not come up with precise results every time. In fact, many factors are involved in determining the accuracy and precision of the phone tracing process. You have surely heard about environmental obstacles and their impact of signal transmission. The physical environment that surrounds the device when the satellite tries to locate it can deflect the signals from its main trajectory, which create what has called a “negative perimeter” or an “error perimeter”. The system generates a fake location based on biased data. The error margin varies depending on the material that intercepts the signal. If you want to know more about the physical environment and its impact on the data-exchange, google is your friend.
That said, not only nature have control over the transmission’s quality. The human factor plays also an important role in keeping the data-exchange operations running. That is why signal centers are monitoring and verifying the functioning of the assets that contributes in phone tracing. In order to do so, they work at the behest of a strict referential elaborated by space & telecommunications engineers. It presents a list of instructions and guidelines to correct the data trajectory, and provides multiple numerical references that must be respected. Support satellites are equipped with atomic clocks that maintain the synchronization between the three satellites that conduct trilateration.
To prevent yourself from inaccurate tracers you can equip your device with signal emphasizer. They are phone technological add-ons that allow your device to intercept signal properly and consequently improve the performance of any process that requires signal transmission.
Telecommunications companies in collaboration with phone producers are working on an asset that can perform dynamic tracing, which can be defined as continuous geo-locating operations to keep the track on a specific device.