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Signals Of Opportunity In Mobile Radio Positioning

Armin Dammann, Ronald Raulefs, Stephan Sand
2012 Zenodo  
Publication in the conference proceedings of EUSIPCO, Bucharest, Romania, 2012  ...  T S = λ S c 0 = 2 d MT CONCLUSIONS In this paper we have exemplarily evaluated the benefit of a signal of opportunity for mobile terminal positioning.  ...  For positioning the transmitter (source) of such a SoO can be considered as a landmark. In this paper we aim to evaluate the benefit of a SoO for mobile radio positioning in an exemplary scenario.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.52116 fatcat:7fcvchrldbgmnelxaexvsocvde

An Introduction to Radio Locationing with Signals of Opportunity

Homayoun Nikookar, Patrick Oonincx
2016 Journal of Communication Navigation Sensing and Services (CONASENSE)  
In this paper radio positioning techniques using "Signals of Opportunity (SOP)" are discussed.  ...  The most crucial challenges of SOP for radio positioning are explained. Finally, a brief conclusion on the usage of signals of opportunity is presented.  ...  In some references the usage of signals of opportunity for positioning is known as "signal hacking" [3] .  ... 
doi:10.13052/jconasense2246-2120.2016.001 fatcat:77epc5b2fnbulobhorh2j7wnzq

An Introduction to Radio Locationing with Signals of Opportunity

Homayoun Nikookar, Patrick Oonincx
2016 Journal of Communication Navigation Sensing and Services (CONASENSE)  
In this paper radio positioning techniques using "Signals of Opportunity (SOP)" are discussed.  ...  The most crucial challenges of SOP for radio positioning are explained. Finally, a brief conclusion on the usage of signals of opportunity is presented.  ...  In some references the usage of signals of opportunity for positioning is known as "signal hacking" [3] .  ... 
doi:10.13052/jconasense2246-2120.131 fatcat:4dudqrrmnzhvfgwij4kpkio7cq

Non-GNSS radio frequency navigation

John Raquet, Richard K. Martin
2008 Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing  
This paper describes the technical challenges of non-GNSS radio frequency navigation, with particular emphasis on signals of opportunity (i.e., signals that are intended for purposes other than navigation  ...  Advantages and disadvantages of signal of opportunity navigation are described, along with the dominant issues that must be dealt with in order to make such systems a practical reality.  ...  Signals of opportunity, as defined in this paper, are radio frequency (RF) signals that are not intended for navigation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icassp.2008.4518858 dblp:conf/icassp/RaquetM08 fatcat:oeecauzbebd7bihtpkwndy65za

Regulatory analysis of potential candidate bands for the modernisation of GNSS systems in 2015–2020

Paul Thevenon, Michel Bousquet, Christophe Macabiau, Thomas Grelier, Lionel Ries, Daniel Roviras
2008 2008 IEEE International Workshop on Satellite and Space Communications  
of opportunity coming from an hybrid satellite-terrestrial network of emitters.  ...  For example, the option consisting in adding another RNSS allocation into aeronautical radio-navigation service (ARNS) bands.  ...  The other candidate group would employ telecommunication signals of opportunity in order to determine the receiver's position.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iwssc.2008.4656778 fatcat:3psqvrqmlja5jmsw3lm2gg3yny

Signals of Opportunity: Using Signal Defined Radio to Identify Potential Candidate

Marek Košuda
2019 Repüléstudományi közlemények  
This paper deals with the prospect of using cellular network signals as one of the candidates from the signals of opportunity as a supplementary or alternative source for navigation and positioning via  ...  onboard software defined radio.  ...  Signals of opportunity are, as defined in this paper, radio frequency signals that are not intended for navigation.  ... 
doi:10.32560/rk.2019.2.5 fatcat:dmzzi3uxo5fqvh2uxl25wgak4a

A Survey of the DVB-T Spectrum: Opportunities for Cognitive Mobile Users

László Csurgai-Horváth, István Rieger, József Kertész
2016 Mobile Information Systems  
This paper deals with the survey of the DVB-T spectrum; wideband measurements were performed on mobile platform in order to study the variation of the radio signal power in city area aboard a moving vehicle  ...  Cognitive radio (CR) systems are designed to utilize the available radio spectrum in an efficient and intelligent manner.  ...  Conclusions In this paper we presented wideband, mobile DVB-T spectrum measurements to study the variation of the received signal power in the TV channel frequencies.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2016/3234618 fatcat:npv6ssgkezdrpgh6sffu7bj5lu

Transmission Power Control For Fixed and Mobile Cognitive Radio Adhoc Networks

Vikas Vikas, V. R. Singh
2017 IOSR Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering  
In this research paper we examined spectrum sharing state without spectrum sensing of fixed and mobile cognitive radio adhoc networks.  ...  In proposed algorithm of power control the cognitive radio adhoc networks achieves quality of communication with maximum throughput of power without causing interference to primary and other secondary  ...  Power control for mobile C RX :- If we consider mobility of C RX then due to mobility R 1 and Φ CP also changes with change in position of C RX .  ... 
doi:10.9790/2834-1204011420 fatcat:sbaujpid4jbgpdhdxnprou7oxu

The Roles of Ultra Wideband in Cognitive Networks

Mustafa E. Sahin, Sadia Ahmed, Huseyin Arslan
2007 2007 IEEE International Conference on Ultra-Wideband  
In this paper, a number of possible roles that UWB can take in cognitive networks are discussed in detail. Index Terms-Cognitive radio, cognitive node, impulse radio, spectrum sensing, UWB-OFDM.  ...  A proper candidate for the physical layer implementation of cognitive radio networks is ultra wideband (UWB), because UWB is highly competent in satisfying many basic requirements of cognitive radio.  ...  Depending on the spectrum opportunities, the signaling and the spectrum of the transmitted signal can be shaped in such a way that part of the spectrum is occupied in an underlay mode and some other parts  ... 
doi:10.1109/icuwb.2007.4380950 fatcat:4km7zcjv5rghfbemoyuxmolp2m

Spatial Diversity Impact in Mobile Quantisation Mapping for Cognitive Radio Networks

Arief Marwanto, Sharifah Yusof, M Satria
2019 Proceeding of the Electrical Engineering Computer Science and Informatics  
Mobile environment especially spatial diversity in spectrum exchange information in cognitive radio networks is an interesting topic for further investigation.  ...  The movement of the SNs creates spatial diversity in the observation of the PU's signal.  ...  position, in second, and cos is the angle of arrival (AoA) position.  ... 
doi:10.11591/eecsi.v6.2000 fatcat:cpsdans33je3vbkokljtqjmpka

Recent Advances in Wireless Indoor Localization Techniques and System

Zahid Farid, Rosdiadee Nordin, Mahamod Ismail
2013 Journal of Computer Networks and Communications  
Moreover, indoor localization technologies address the inadequacy of global positioning system inside a closed environment, like buildings.  ...  Based on this, though, this paper aims to provide the reader with a review of the recent advances in wireless indoor localization techniques and system to deliver a better understanding of state-of-the-art  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the National University of Malaysia and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation for the financial support of this work, under the Grant Ref. 01  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/185138 fatcat:3rdxy5qsoravpj6zb6is2hhcsa

Cooperative Passive Coherent Location: A Promising 5G Service to Support Road Safety [article]

Reiner S. Thomä, Carsten Andrich, Giovanni Del Galdo, Michael Döbereiner, Matthias A. Hein, Martin Käske, Günter Schäfer, Steffen Schieler, Christian Schneider, Andreas Schwind, Philip Wendland
2019 arXiv   pre-print
As CPCL makes double use of radio resources (both in terms of frequency bands and hardware), it can be considered a green technology.  ...  These range from cooperative, synchronous radio signaling, and MAC up to radar data fusion on sensor and scenario levels.  ...  Whereas positioning of mobile devices and objects provided with wireless tags is already widely discussed, there is an increasing demand for positioning of objects that are not equipped with All authors  ... 
arXiv:1802.04041v7 fatcat:u7j23azx5jcg5pb46c2yk7gf7q

Radio Context Awareness and Applications

Luca Reggiani, Jocelyn Fiorina, Sinan Gezici, Simone Morosi, Montse Najar
2013 Journal of Sensors  
In this paper, we review the fundamentals of context awareness and the recent advances in the main radio techniques that increase the context awareness and smartness, posing challenges and renewed opportunities  ...  Radio context awareness is defined as the ability of detecting and estimating a system state or parameter, either globally or concerning one of its components, in a radio system for enhancing performance  ...  /moving devices (or targets) is obtained by exchanging radio signals among reference base stations placed in known positions (called beacons or anchors) and the targets in unknown positions.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/491092 fatcat:py4v42zy3rcjze4lt2lagvpb3i

Radar, TV and Cellular Bands: Which Spectrum Access Techniques for Which Bands?

Francisco Paisana, Nicola Marchetti, Luiz A. DaSilva
2014 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
In this paper, we discuss and qualitatively evaluate techniques used in the discovery of spectrum opportunities, also called white spaces, in the radar, TV, and cellular bands.  ...  The unpredictability of cellular systems, on the other hand, calls for a more coordinated spectrum access approach, namely beacon signaling, that could be implemented using the already established cellular  ...  Mobility TV stations have fixed positions. DC No signal interruptions. SM Do not concern safety-of-life applications.  ... 
doi:10.1109/surv.2014.031914.00078 fatcat:ricmkf7765h6vmrvsvxy457vc4


Aaron Schulman, Vishnu Navda, Ramachandran Ramjee, Neil Spring, Pralhad Deshpande, Calvin Grunewald, Kamal Jain, Venkata N. Padmanabhan
2010 Proceedings of the sixteenth annual international conference on Mobile computing and networking - MobiCom '10  
periods of strong signal.  ...  Cellular radios consume more power and suffer reduced data rate when the signal is weak.  ...  Such opportunities may arise as the user, who may be driving, moves in and out of areas of good coverage.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1859995.1860006 dblp:conf/mobicom/SchulmanNRSDGJP10 fatcat:nnlq5xscxzbsnnfsgbdy4z2bnm
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