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Dilution of Precision Relationship between Time Difference of Arrival and Time of Arrival Techniques with No Receiver Clock Bias
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Dilution of Precision Relationship between Time Difference of Arrival and Time of Arrival Techniques with No Receiver Clock Bias
Choi, Heon Ho; Jin, Mi Hyun; Lim, Deok Won; Lee, Sang Jeong; Park, Chansik;
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 Abstract
Dilution of Precision (DOP), as a measure of positioning accuracy, is an essential factor. Therefore, the DOP relationship between systems is very important. In this paper, the DOP relationship between TDOA and TOA in systems lacking clock bias is derived analytically and verified experimentally. Also, using those of earlier studies, the DOP relationship in each of defined systems is derived analytically.
 Keywords
DOP;TDOA;TOA;A measure of positioning accuracy;
 Language
English
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