Low frequency radio signal polarisation sensor with applications in attitude estimation

  title={Low frequency radio signal polarisation sensor with applications in attitude estimation},
  author={Sean T. G. Maguire and Paul A. Robertson},
  journal={IEEE SENSORS 2014 Proceedings},
A novel system for estimating the attitude (orientation) of a platform using measurements of Low Frequency (LF) radio signals is reported. The sensor system consists of an array of three orthogonal solenoid coil antennas, a three channel radio receiver circuit, a datalogging and control module and data processing algorithms. Traditional low-cost attitude estimation systems typically combine accelerometers, magnetometers and gyroscopes, but produce estimates that are sensitive to platform… CONTINUE READING


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