Narrow-band indoor localization in cognitive radio networks using compressed sensing

Artur Nalobin, Ilona Rolfes

An­ten­nas and Pro­pa­ga­ti­on So­cie­ty In­ter­na­tio­nal Sym­po­si­um (AP­SUR­SI), pp. 1167-1168, DOI: 10.1109/APS.2014.6904910, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, July 6-11, 2014


This contribution deals with narrow-band target localization in cognitive radio networks. In particular the localization is of interest to narrow-band programme making and special event applications in indoor scenarios. The procedure to find the location is based on a compressed sensing approach, which allows the solution of underdetermined systems of linear equations. The algorithm uses the received signal strength, which was derived by ray tracing techniques applied to a 3D model of the fairground of Berlin. The accuracy of the proposed procedure is analytically studied through simulations.

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Tags: cognitive, Radio