An overview of the challenges and progress in meeting the E-911 requirement for location service

@inproceedings{Reed1998AnOO,
  title={An overview of the challenges and progress in meeting the E-911 requirement for location service},
  author={Jeffrey W. Reed and K. J. Krizman and Brian D. Woerner and Theodore S. Rappaport},
  year={1998}
}
When the FCC created the rules for wireless Enhanced 911 (E-911) service, a flurry of research and development activities dedicated to locating the position of emergency callers followed. The current deadline for this capability is October 1, 2001. We review the unique challenges and some of the proposed approaches for each of the major wireless standards. 

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