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In this paper we address the benefit of observing a signal of opportunity for mobile terminal positioning. In an exemplary environment we arrange three mobile terminals in an equilat-eral triangle. These mobile terminals determine their position relatively to each other by transmitting and receiving mobile radio signals. In addition they observe a signal of(More)
—In this paper we present the results of real-life localization experiments performed in an unprecedented cooperative and heterogeneous wireless context. These measurements are based on ZigBee and orthogonal frequency division mul-tiplexing (OFDM) devices, respectively endowed with received signal strength indicator (RSSI) and round trip delay (RTD)(More)
—Swarm navigation systems are emerging technique to investigate unknown environment. Organizing the access of shared radio channel is one of the main challenges due to the massive number of anarchical agents and the crucial mission requirements, e.g. update-rate and position accuracy. In this paper, we design a radio-based swarm navigation system and(More)
— In this paper, we investigate broadband OFDM systems which apply beamforming in combination with different space–time diversity techniques. Various beamforming scenarios with transmitter and/or receiver sided beamforming are considered. Space–time diversity is obtained by cyclic delay diversity (CDD) in order to artificially shape the spectrum of the(More)
— This paper investigates a downlink multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) multi-carrier code division multiple access (MC-CDMA) system with iterative channel estimation (ICE) in the receiver. In MC-CDMA, each user's data symbols are spread with a Walsh-Hadamard code. Due to the superposition of different users' spread data signals, zero-valued subcarriers(More)
— In this paper we investigate the performance of a downlink multi-carrier code division multiple access (MC-CDMA) system employing a receiver with iterative channel estimation (ICE). The MC-CDMA system transmits M data symbols per user and per orthogonal frequency division multiplexing symbol in parallel, with each data symbol being spread with a(More)