Wi-Fi Location-Based Services 4 . 1 Design Guide

@inproceedings{Ccvp2008WiFiLS,
  title={Wi-Fi Location-Based Services 4 . 1 Design Guide},
  author={Ccvp},
  year={2008}
}
  • Ccvp
  • Published 2008
Location tracking and positioning systems can be classified by the measurement techniques they employ to determine mobile device location (localization). These approaches differ in terms of the specific technique used to sense and measure the position of the mobile device in the target environment under observation. Typically, Real Time Location Systems (RTLS) can be grouped into four basic categories of systems that determine position on the basis of the following: • Cell of origin (nearest… CONTINUE READING

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