Geolocation Techniques: Principles and Applications

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Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 11, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 288 pages
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Basics of Distributed and Cooperative Radio and Non-Radio Based Geolocation provides a detailed overview of geolocation technologies. The book covers the basic principles of geolocation, including ranging techniques to localization technologies, fingerprinting and localization in wireless sensor networks. This book also examines the latest algorithms and techniques such as Kalman Filtering, Gauss-Newton Filtering and Particle Filtering.
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 RangingRanging and Localization in Harsh MultipathMultipath Environments
17
3 Multipath and NLOS MitigationNLOS Mitigation Algorithms
59
4 SurveyBased Location Systems
99
5 Cellular Localization
137
6 Cooperative Localization in Wireless Sensor Networks Centralized Algorithms
161
7 Cooperative Localization in Wireless Sensor Networks Distributed Algorithms
187
8 InertialInertial Systems
213
9 Localization and Mapping Corrections
249
Index
285
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Dr. Gentile is currently working as an electronics engineer at the NIST subgroup Emerging and Mobile Networking Technologies Group. Dr. Alsindi currently is the Radio Licensing and Monitoring Specialist at the TRA (Telecommunication Regulatory Authority) Dr. Raulefs is the project coordinator for the WHERE2 project. Wireless Hybrid Enhanced Mobile for the DLR the German Aerospace Group. Dr. Teolis is currently the CTO at TRX Systems

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