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2007 19th International Conference on Applied Electromagnetics and Communications
This paper deals with localization services in IEEE 802.11 networks, for indoor environment. The proposed solution processes the Time Of Arrival of location packets sent by a Mobile Terminal, that makes access in a IEEE 802.11 network. A set of Location Supporting Nodes and a Location Support Server composes an indoor location services architecture. A fully compatible IEEE 802.11 Localization Services protocol supporting data exchange related to both TOA measurement and processing is reported.doi:10.1109/icecom.2007.4544420 fatcat:ggev6soo7bccbmvvigrntvh4di