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(Research) Developing an Accurate Location System

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An increasing number of pervasive computing applications rely on the reliable determination of the location of a person or object. While many researchers would agree that the underlying techniques for location estimation are fairly mature, design requirements such as high accuracy, low cost, and low power consumption are difficult to meet satisfactorily. This talk highlights the major problems associated with developing accurate location systems using conventional approaches and presents a viable solution to these inherent physical problems by using a novel method based on near field technology. The theoretical underpinnings, implementation, and current results will be discussed.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Digital Technology Group (DTG) Meetings series.

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