Those who start using GPS trackers know the benefits of smoothing their daily work. Now GPS devices in Bangladesh are operating with 2G connectivity, and 3G connectivity is the new application in GPS tracking.
What is the difference between 2G and 3G? Let’s check the following parameters: The speed of data transmission on a device using a 2G network is less than 50,000 bits per second (reported by Engineers Garage). And the speed of the 3G network is over 4 million bits per second. So does that mean speed is the difference between them? Then why should I use a GPS tracker with 3G? The cost of 3G is much higher than 2G. Is it worthy? Of course, it is worthy.
Functions: 3G WCDMA/UMTS Support Real-time position inquiry, 2-way voice communication. Voice monitoring. Vehicle trip history on the web.SOS alarm. ACC switch alarm.Geo-fence alarm. External power cut-off alarm. Remotely cut off fuel/power. Vehicle towing alarm. Over-speed alarm. Backup battery low power alarm.Car battery low power alarm.High-temperature alarm. Power saving mode.Mileage report. Advantages.
As we all know, a network is not a stable thing, many things can affect the stability, and lower speed will make tracker operation worse. For example. Theft tows the car away while it is parked. You should get a movement alert. but that will not happen. Bangladesh GPS Devices take a longer time to transfer alert data to the system. When the network is unstable and the transfer is interrupted, no data will be sent to the system, and no alert will be sent to you. The result is that the client loses the car, and you lose the business. 3G connectivity, which is 80 times faster than 2G, is able to complete data transfers before the network is down. You can get complete data, and all operations will be done as scheduled. No case like getting online offline time after time, no response, etc. Furthermore, the 3G network allows GPS trackers to get higher updates, shorter time intervals, reports with full details for vehicle maintenance, driver analytics, etc. Video tracking takes GPS tracking to a new level.