About this book
Radiolocation in Ubiquitous Wireless Communication discusses the application of multi-antenna radiolocation to the environment of fast, widespread wireless communication among portable devices.
The book features distinctive information such as a description of a real-time, single packet radiolocation methodology, a detailed description of the architecture of two generations of working prototypes, the question of integrating radiolocation and data reception, and addresses adaptive directional communication with radiolocated sources. A functioning implementation of the transceiver architecture with multi-antenna radiolocation is described in detail.
Radiolocation in Ubiquitous Wireless Communication fills a void in the current technical literature by presenting issues involved in locating mobile wireless network agents. This book is a valuable reference for system design engineers in the field of handheld and portable communication, as well as experts in wireless management and security.