Mobile Sensor Navigation using Rapid RF-based Angle of Arrival Localization

Over the past decade, wireless sensor networks have
advanced in terms of hardware design, communication protocols,
resource efficiency, and other aspects. Recently, there has been
much focus on mobile wireless sensor networks, and several
small-profile sensing devices that are able to control their own
movement have already been developed. Unfortunately, resource
constraints inhibit the use of traditional navigation methods,
because these typically require bulky, expensive, and sophisticated

Year of Publication
Conference Name
17th IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium (RTAS)
Date Published
Conference Location
Chicago, IL
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