J. Kam

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Wireless LAN (WLAN) positioning has received much attention recently and location fingerprinting has been widely accepted as an effect method. In WLAN positioning, the mobile user's (MU) orientation has a significant impact on the received signal strength from an access point. Many researchers have noticed this impact and considered it when the fingerprint(More)
Wireless LAN (WLAN) positioning has received much attention due to its advantages with respect to indoor positioning. " Location fingerprinting " has been widely accepted as an effective method of implementing signal strength based positioning. In WLAN positioning, the mobile user's (MU) orientation has a significant impact on the received signal strength(More)
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