J. B. McQuiston

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Overview Indoor personnel localization research has generated a range of potential techniques and algorithms. However, these typically do not account for the influence of the user's body upon the radio channel. Here it is shown that disregarding body effects reduces the accuracy of the algorithms' location estimates and that body shadowing effects create a(More)
—Research into localization has produced a wealth of algorithms and techniques to estimate the location of wireless network nodes, however the majority of these schemes do not explicitly account for non-line of sight conditions. Disregarding this common situation reduces their accuracy and their potential for exploitation in real world applications. This is(More)
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