Cell phone tower google earth

 

Approximately 60,000 to 70,000 cell phones are sold each day in the United States. Over 110 million Americans use cell phones. And worldwide, it is estimated that approximately 1 billion people use cell phones. As the number of cell phones, cell phone towers, and other wireless antennas increase rapidly in industrialized nations, should you be concerned about the effects that regular exposure to radio frequency radiation can have on your health?

If you're not concerned about the effect that wireless devices and broadcasting antennas can have on your health, I encourage you to view "Public Exposure: DNA, Democracy and the Wireless Revolution," a documentary that provides the best overall look at the connection between radio frequency radiation and human health that I have ever come across.

In case you don't have time to view this documentary, here are some highlights that I jotted down during my first viewing:

Cell phone tower google earth

I have a Samsung SGH-A847 Rugby cell phone and I'm wondering if it, or any cell phone, has the ability to tell you what tower it's connected to.

It's different across the manufacturers as how to get all the hidden info you don't normally see like what you want. (nokia are pretty good in that respect -punch in a code and you get the info)

edit: I don't know what I was thinking sorry I'm wrong i has CDMA and WCDMA mixed up as noted below my post as tboy reminded me.
So with that in mind you are on WCDMA and here in Australia we've had that shutdown for some years now.

Approximately 60,000 to 70,000 cell phones are sold each day in the United States. Over 110 million Americans use cell phones. And worldwide, it is estimated that approximately 1 billion people use cell phones. As the number of cell phones, cell phone towers, and other wireless antennas increase rapidly in industrialized nations, should you be concerned about the effects that regular exposure to radio frequency radiation can have on your health?

If you're not concerned about the effect that wireless devices and broadcasting antennas can have on your health, I encourage you to view "Public Exposure: DNA, Democracy and the Wireless Revolution," a documentary that provides the best overall look at the connection between radio frequency radiation and human health that I have ever come across.

In case you don't have time to view this documentary, here are some highlights that I jotted down during my first viewing:

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Since the early 1980s cell tower information has been used to provide evidence in courts across America to defend and prosecute criminals. They are not an exact science and have their flaws but, like all technology, they are getting better.

We had the pleasure of talking with  Scott Ross of Scott Ross Private Investigations about using cell phone tower records and pinging cell phones in civil and criminal matters.

For those of you not schooled in the world of cell towers, please remember this is merely a tool and not a science. Cell towers, typically, have three sides: Alpha, Beta and Gamma. A tower is essentially nothing more than a line-of-sight instrument and is computer controlled to “hand off” a call as it passes from one tower’s radius area to another. Inner-city towers are typically good for up to one to two miles; however, the towers’ cell signals can be blocked by tall buildings, more so by a newer, predominantly “steel” type of skyscraper.

From Tibet to Tanzania to Toronto, no matter where you go you'll see someone talking on his or her cell phone. These days, cell phones provide an incredible array of functions, and new ones are being added at a breakneck pace. Depending on the cell phone model, you can:

You might hear terms like 4G, LTE, GSM and CDMA thrown around and wonder what they refer to. At its most basic, a cell phone is a radio -- an extremely sophisticated radio, but a radio nonetheless. We'll show you what we mean.