I’m sure I’ve read somewhere that its best practice that you don’t have your mobile phone switched on when near the Phantom. This being the case, what about the cellular capabilities of most trackers? How many times have you heard the chirping interference caused by your phone when near a radio or speaker/intercom system? I believe this is the phone communicating with the network, which presumably means at this point it’s transmitting a signal to maintain network connectivity. GPS trackers take a phone SIM so that you can request the GPS chip to send you its location. I’m wondering what the possible side effects are of the cellular module within the tracker whilst it’s communicating with the network. Like all other phantom owners I’ve just bought a tracker and will be using it just in case the nightmare scenario arises. Ill be removing the magnetic cover so it wont affect the compass but I’m just wondering about the phone module within these trackers.