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Hi,
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Cell Site Analysis (CSA) is the technical discipline of using mobile telephony signals and network data to triangulate and identify the relative geographic position of a device.
  
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Cell site analysis is considered a highly intrusive surveillance technique and as such normally deployed only in sensitive or serious criminal investigations.
Look forward to your answer.
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Regards,
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Olga
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Just list yourself! [[User:Simsong|Simsong]] 10:42, 11 April 2007 (PDT)
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The technique can assist in demonstrating the co-location (meeting) of individuals, their movements over time, proximity to a scene of crime, and to verify the any defence alibi evidence.
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== External Links ==
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[http://afentis.com/telephone-evidence/cell-site-analysis/ Introduction to Cell Site Analysis]
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[http://www.cellanalyst.com/ Cell Site Analysis Hardware & Survey Toolkit]

Latest revision as of 16:28, 26 May 2014

Cell Site Analysis (CSA) is the technical discipline of using mobile telephony signals and network data to triangulate and identify the relative geographic position of a device.

Cell site analysis is considered a highly intrusive surveillance technique and as such normally deployed only in sensitive or serious criminal investigations.

The technique can assist in demonstrating the co-location (meeting) of individuals, their movements over time, proximity to a scene of crime, and to verify the any defence alibi evidence.


External Links

Introduction to Cell Site Analysis

Cell Site Analysis Hardware & Survey Toolkit