A novel method to fight the non line of sight error in AOA measurements for mobile location

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Abstract

In this contribution, a mobile location method is provided using measurements from two different Base-Stations. Although computationally from two different Base-Stations. Although based on a simple trilateration and takes into account error measurements caused by Non-Line-Of-Sight (NLOS) and near-far effect. The new method attributes an index of confidence for each measure, in order to allow the mobile to select the two most reliable measures and not to use all measures, equally.


Bibtex (lrde.bib)

@InProceedings{	  grosicki.04.icc,
  author	= {Emmanuel Grosicki and Karim Abed-Meraim and R\'eda Dehak},
  title		= {A novel method to fight the non line of sight error in
		  {AOA} measurements for mobile location},
  booktitle	= {Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on
		  Communications (ICC)},
  year		= 2004,
  volume	= 5,
  pages		= {2794--2798},
  address	= {Paris, France},
  month		= jun,
  abstract	= {In this contribution, a mobile location method is provided
		  using measurements from two different Base-Stations.
		  Although computationally from two different Base-Stations.
		  Although based on a simple trilateration and takes into
		  account error measurements caused by Non-Line-Of-Sight
		  (NLOS) and near-far effect. The new method attributes an
		  index of confidence for each measure, in order to allow the
		  mobile to select the two most reliable measures and not to
		  use all measures, equally.}
}