Dataset: Single-Anchor Indoor Localization with Decawave DW1000 and Directional Antennas

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Abstract

Highly-accurate localization of wireless devices is a critical feature of future Internet-of-Things applications. Due to its superior time-domain resolution, ultra-wideband (UWB) technology allows centimeter-level positioning accuracy. Still, setting up an anchor-based UWB localization system requires extensive labour and costs. Recent works have shown that, instead of multiple physical anchors, the exploitation of multipath reflections from walls minimizes the required infrastructure to a single anchor. This dataset contains an extensive measurement campaign in two complex indoor environments with one anchor. It contains line-of-sight as well as non-line-of-sight situations. Furthermore, we have acquired datasets using directional antennas at the anchor to allow observing the impact of the angular domain on the localization performance.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationDataset: Single-Anchor Indoor Localization with Decawave DW1000 and Directional Antennas
Pages21-22
Number of pages2
StatusPublished - 4 Nov 2018
EventFirst Workshop on Data Acquisition To Analysis (DATA) - Shenzhen, China
Duration: 4 Nov 20184 Nov 2018
https://workshopdata.github.io/DATA2018/

Conference

ConferenceFirst Workshop on Data Acquisition To Analysis (DATA)
Abbreviated titleDATA
CountryChina
CityShenzhen
Period4/11/184/11/18
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Antennas
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Keywords

  • ultra wideband technology
  • multipath-assisted indoor positioning

Fields of Expertise

  • Information, Communication & Computing

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Großwindhager, B., Rath, M., Kulmer, J., Bakr, M. S. A., Boano, C. A., Witrisal, K., & Römer, K. U. (2018). Dataset: Single-Anchor Indoor Localization with Decawave DW1000 and Directional Antennas. In Dataset: Single-Anchor Indoor Localization with Decawave DW1000 and Directional Antennas (pp. 21-22)

Dataset: Single-Anchor Indoor Localization with Decawave DW1000 and Directional Antennas. / Großwindhager, Bernhard; Rath, Michael; Kulmer, Josef; Bakr, Mustafa Safaa Ahmed; Boano, Carlo Alberto; Witrisal, Klaus; Römer, Kay Uwe.

Dataset: Single-Anchor Indoor Localization with Decawave DW1000 and Directional Antennas. 2018. p. 21-22.

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Großwindhager, B, Rath, M, Kulmer, J, Bakr, MSA, Boano, CA, Witrisal, K & Römer, KU 2018, Dataset: Single-Anchor Indoor Localization with Decawave DW1000 and Directional Antennas. in Dataset: Single-Anchor Indoor Localization with Decawave DW1000 and Directional Antennas. pp. 21-22, First Workshop on Data Acquisition To Analysis (DATA), Shenzhen, China, 4/11/18.
Großwindhager B, Rath M, Kulmer J, Bakr MSA, Boano CA, Witrisal K et al. Dataset: Single-Anchor Indoor Localization with Decawave DW1000 and Directional Antennas. In Dataset: Single-Anchor Indoor Localization with Decawave DW1000 and Directional Antennas. 2018. p. 21-22
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