Direct position determination of narrowband radio frequency transmitters

  title={Direct position determination of narrowband radio frequency transmitters},
  author={Anthony J. Weiss},
  journal={IEEE Signal Processing Letters},
The most common methods for location of communications or radar transmitters are based on measuring a specified parameter such as signal angle of arrival (AOA) or time of arrival (TOA). The measured parameters are then used to estimate the transmitter location. Since the AOA/TOA measurements are done at each base station separately, without using the constraint that all measurements must correspond to the same transmitter, they are suboptimal. We propose a technique that uses exactly the same… CONTINUE READING
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