Open GPS Tracker built from Cell Phone

The Open GPS Tracker allows you to attach an old mobile phone to it’s board. By doing this you create a GPS tracking device.

The tracker has the ability to respond to commands that are sent to it by an SMS message. The device also texts back it’s current location and speed as well as other bits of information. This information can then be fed in to mapping software such as Google Maps so you can track the exact location of it.

Current Hardware Platform

* Tyco Electronics A1035D GPS module
* Motorola C168i AT&T GoPhone prepaid mobile phone
* Atmel ATTINY84-20PU AVR microcontroller”

For those who love electronics this is a cool project for you to test out!

Via: HackedGadgets



  1. i need pratical knowledge of it with theory by message

  2. sachin shinde says

    how is this

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