Fingerprinting Localization in Wireless Networks Based on Received-Signal-Strength Measurements: A Case Study on WiMAX Networks

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2010-01-01
Bshara, Mussa
Orguner, Umut
Gustafsson, Fredrik
Van Biesen, Leo
This paper considers the problem of fingerprinting localization in wireless networks based on received-signal-strength (RSS) observations. First, the performance of static localization using power maps (PMs) is improved with a new approach called the base-station-strict (BS-strict) methodology, which emphasizes the effect of BS identities in the classical fingerprinting. Second, dynamic motion models with and without road network information are used to further improve the accuracy via particle filters. The likelihood-calculation mechanism proposed for the particle filters is interpreted as a soft version (called BS-soft) of the BS-strict approach applied in the static case. The results of the proposed approaches are illustrated and compared with an example whose data were collected from a WiMAX network in a challenging urban area in the capitol city of Brussels, Belgium.
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M. Bshara, U. Orguner, F. Gustafsson, and L. Van Biesen, “Fingerprinting Localization in Wireless Networks Based on Received-Signal-Strength Measurements: A Case Study on WiMAX Networks,” IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY, pp. 283–294, 2010, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/39586.