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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.
  
One thing to note is the difference between RPIER and RAPIER.
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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.
  
RPIER is the Intel(R) version of the tool released under GPL. This version is going to be provided support but future development is unknown at this point.
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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.
  
RAPIER is a branch under LGPL that the original authors will continue to develop and enhance.
 
  
In short, RAPIER is cooler than RPIER.
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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 17:28, 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