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In Sector-based position location, IPOSDET_GetSectorInfo returns sector-based location information such as the SystemID, NetworkID, BaseStationID, BaseStationClass. Does only one BaseStation involved in Sector-based position location? How could I get all the BaseStations information contributed to position location?

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i think there is no position delivered here. its the sector info - the Base Station info, to which the mobile device is currently latched. multiple base stations are not involved.

i think there is no position delivered here. its the sector info - the Base Station info, to which the mobile device is currently latched. multiple base stations are not involved.

Hi,
I understand here is the information about sector and Base Station. I need to know multiple base station information.I have read some materials about GPSONE, I don't know GPSONE in detail still. I found a picture please see below. The picture say GPSONE use AFLT to calculate position location of mobile device. 
My question is : If the position location can be more accurate through multi-sectors(like GPS satellite), why we use just single Sector?
Thanks!
If picture display incorrect, please refer to:
http://www.brewmpchina.com/handler/down.aspx?action=attach&mode=image&id...

Hi,
I understand here is the information about sector and Base Station. I need to know multiple base station information.I have read some materials about GPSONE, I don't know GPSONE in detail still. I found a picture please see below. The picture say GPSONE use AFLT to calculate position location of mobile device. 
My question is : If the position location can be more accurate through multi-sectors(like GPS satellite), why we use just single Sector?
Thanks!
If picture display incorrect, please refer to:
http://www.brewmpchina.com/handler/down.aspx?action=attach&mode=image&id...

The underlying positioning engine may well use information from multiple base stations to deliver the most accurate fix possible, but there isn't any API that will expose all that information to Brew apps.

The underlying positioning engine may well use information from multiple base stations to deliver the most accurate fix possible, but there isn't any API that will expose all that information to Brew apps.