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Position location techniques and applications - Part 1: Cellular networks

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Ed608
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Ed608   3/13/2012 8:34:35 PM
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Take a look at this: http://www.dustnetworks.com/technology/location

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Horaira   1/17/2012 6:31:15 PM
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For indoor position location the standard is IEEE802.15.4a, but no one has come up with any device based on this. Recently decawave was in news that they have come with a module based on above standard but yet to release it for mass.

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Luis Sanchez   10/31/2011 3:41:54 PM
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I'm interested in position location techniques. I see this article focuses more on mobility. I think position location isn't mature enough as my belief is that it could be achieved with other RF technologies other than GPS. I think in the near future a new protocol will come out that will make position detection very easy and with a very useful resolution.

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