Indoor positioning based on global positioning system signals

  title={Indoor positioning based on global positioning system signals},
  author={Kerem Ozsoy and Ayhan Bozkurt and Ibrahim Tekin},
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is highly reliable and accurate when used outdoors. However, in indoor environments, due to the additional signal loss incurred by the walls of the buildings, the detection and decoding of GPS signals becomes a difficult task. As a solution to the indoor area coverage problem, an indoor positioning system based on GPS repeaters and a modified positioning algorithm is proposed, designed and tested. A prototype indoor positioning system for 1D/2D positioning is… CONTINUE READING


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