Unlike any other tracking system, CTRAK utilizes TWO great networks.
CDMA: stands for Code Division Multiple Access. Both data and voice are separated from signals using codes and then transmited using a wide frequency range. Because of this, there are more space left for data transfer (this was one of the reasons why CDMA is the prefered technology for the 3G generation, which is broadband access and the use of big multimedia messages). 14% of the worldwide market goes to CDMA. For the 3G generation CDMA uses 1x EV-DO and EV-DV.
GSM: stands for Global System Mobile. Even though it is sold as "the latest technology" in several countries, this technology is older than CDMA (and also TDMA). But keep in mind that this doesn't mean that GSM is inferior or worse than CDMA. Roaming readiness and fraud prevention are two major advantages from this technology. GSM is the most used cell phone technology in the world, with 73% of the worldwide market.
No matter where you live, we've got you covered!
The battle between CDMA and GSM technologies has been raging since the day GSM first hit the market. Predictably, each side claims to have better service than the other.
At CTRAK, it doesn't matter which network you prefer – CTRAK has you covered. You can now purchase our product to work on the national GSM network -OR- on the national CDMA network - the choice is entirely yours!
Ultimately, no matter which network you choose, you can rest assured CTRAK is dedicated to providing the equipment and technology necessary to deliver the stability and reliability you've come to expect!