Kamiar Radnosrati

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Positioning in radio networks is a well established research area. The dominating approach has been that positioning algorithms are implemented in the higher levels of the communication system based on position related information derived in the lowest (physical) layer. Examples of measurement include received signal strength (RSS), time of arrival (TOA),(More)
Positioning in cellular networks is often based on mobile-assisted measurements of serving and neighboring base stations. Traditionally, positioning is considered to be enabled when the mobile provides measurements of three different base stations. In this paper, we additionally investigate positioning based on time series of Time Of Flight (TOF) and Time(More)
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