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System Design and Networking Protocols for Wireless Positioning

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System Design and Networking Protocols for Wireless Positioning
Abstract—The recent boom in wireless communications has led to a wide range of new applications. Wireless positioning is an emerging technology which can provide accurate locations for indoor environments when satellite based positioning systems are not available. In this paper, a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) based system architecture for wireless positioning is described and an overview of how this can be used in overall system design is provided. New simulation results show that SIP is effective as a network signaling protocol for indoor wireless positioning.
Bo Peng, Andrew H. Kemp, Washington Ochieng
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where WCE
Authors Bo Peng, Andrew H. Kemp, Washington Ochieng
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