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Performance Evaluation of Location Estimation System Using a Non Fixed Single Receiver
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  • Journal title : International Journal of Contents
  • Volume 10, Issue 4,  2014, pp.69-74
  • Publisher : The Korea Contents Association
  • DOI : 10.5392/IJoC.2014.10.4.069
 Title & Authors
Performance Evaluation of Location Estimation System Using a Non Fixed Single Receiver
Myagmar, Enkhzaya; Kwon, Soon-Ryang;
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 Abstract
General location aware systems are only applied to indoor and outdoor environments using more than three transmitters to estimate a fixed object location. Those kinds of systems have environmental restrictions that require an already established infrastructure. To solve this problem, an Object Location Estimation (OLE) algorithm based on PTP (Point To Point) communication has been proposed. However, the problem with this method is that deduction of performance parameters is not enough and location estimation is very difficult because of unknown restriction conditions. From experimental tests in this research, we determined that the performance parameters for restriction conditions are a maximum transmission distance of CSS communication and an optimum moving distance interval between personal locations. In this paper, a system applied OLE algorithm based on PTP communication is implemented using a CSS (Chirp Spread Spectrum) communication module. A maximum transmission distance for CSS communication and an optimum moving distance interval between personal locations are then deducted and studied to estimate a fixed object location for generalization.
 Keywords
Location Estimation;PTP;CSS;SDS-TWR;
 Language
English
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