Target Localization Utilizing the Success Rate in Infrared Pattern Recognition

@article{Petrellis2006TargetLU,
  title={Target Localization Utilizing the Success Rate in Infrared Pattern Recognition},
  author={Nikos Petrellis and Nikos Konofaos and G.Ph. Alexiou},
  journal={IEEE Sensors Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={6},
  pages={1355-1364}
}
The architecture of an indoor target localization system employing a small number of infrared-emitting diodes and sensors is presented in this paper. The properties of infrared light and magnetic fields have already been exploited for position localization in distances of several centimeters. Ultrasonic waves and laser light can be used for longer distance estimation if the system is capable of accurately measuring the time of flight of the reflected signals. The proposed approach intends to… CONTINUE READING

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