High-Efficiency Device Positioning and Location-Aware Communications in Dense 5G Networks

@article{Koivisto2016HighEfficiencyDP,
  title={High-Efficiency Device Positioning and Location-Aware Communications in Dense 5G Networks},
  author={Mike Koivisto and Aki Hakkarainen and M{\'a}rio Costa and Petteri Kela and Kari Lepp{\"a}nen and Mikko Valkama},
  journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
  year={2016},
  volume={55},
  pages={188-195}
}
In this article, the prospects and enabling technologies for high-efficiency device positioning and location-aware communications in emerging 5G networks are reviewed. We will first describe some key technical enablers and demonstrate by means of realistic ray-tracing and map based evaluations that positioning accuracies below one meter can be achieved by properly fusing direction and delay related measurements on the network side, even when tracking moving devices. We will then discuss the… 

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