About this book
Geolocation Techniques: Principles and Applications provides a comprehensive overview of geolocation technologies and techniques, from radio-frequency based to inertial based. The focus of this book is to provide an overview on the different types of infra-structure supported by most commercial localization systems as well as on the most popular computational techniques which these systems employ. This book can serve as a reference for scholarly activities such as teaching, self-learning, or research.
AOA (Angle-of-arrival) Geolocation Localization Mapping Corrections NLOS identification and Mitigation RSS (Received Signal Strength) TOA (Time-of-arrival) UWB (Ultra Wide Band) Ultra-Wideband Localization Wireless sensor networks cooperative localization