They do an excellent job at handling weak signal and dynamic environments, enabling maximum GPS performance when you need it most.Their chips work indoor and outdoors, under tree canopies or in canyons, on country roads or beneath sky scrappers.
But it is pretty obvious that people who want to create GPS tracking cell phones are going to look for a small GPS chip.
They want to conserve space inside their phone so that they can make is as slim and sleek as possible.
If I wanted to get all 1984-esque, if there was a small microphone on the cell phone component then you would know where everyone in the world was and what they were talking about at any given moment. So in one way it is really cool that GPS tracking chips keep getting smaller and smaller, but in another way it is really creepy and a little unnerving.
I know that technology is essentially amoral, but people sure as hell aren’t and I would hate to see what people would end up doing with this type of GPS tracking.
That is 0.09843 inches x 0.07874 inches for all those who live in countries that still use the inefficient imperial system.