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The design and implementation of a self-calibrating distributed acoustic sensing platform

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The design and implementation of a self-calibrating distributed acoustic sensing platform
We present the design, implementation, and evaluation of the Acoustic Embedded Networked Sensing Box (ENSBox), a platform for prototyping rapid-deployable distributed acoustic sensing systems, particularly distributed source localization. Each ENSBox integrates an ARM processor running Linux and supports key facilities required for source localization: a sensor array, wireless network services, time synchronization, and precise self-calibration of array position and orientation. The ENSBox’s integrated, high precision self-calibration facility sets it apart from other platforms. This self-calibration is precise enough to support acoustic source localization applications in complex, realistic environments: e.g., 5 cm average 2D position error
Lewis Girod, Martin Lukac, Vlad Trifa, Deborah Est
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where SENSYS
Authors Lewis Girod, Martin Lukac, Vlad Trifa, Deborah Estrin
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