Analysis of Geo Positioning System Using RF & DA
Kohli, Jaspreet K.
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Indoor positioning systems (IPSs) have been intended to provide position information of persons and devices. Higher user percentage of handheld devices such as tablets or mobile phones had led to the development of a number of indoor positioning systems. In this research a work on a real time portable RFID indoor positioning device such as on smartphone will be performed. The personal networks will be designed to meet the users’ needs and interconnect users’ devices equipped with different communications technologies in various places to form one network for better result. Radio frequency identification (RFID) with directional antenna has proved its potential for locating objects in indoor environment. Hence, the proposed device idea will be used to exploit various unknown locations in an indoor environment such as college campus; this interpretation will rely on Wireless LAN, Received Signal Strength values from Access Points (AP) in specific mentioned arenas; these APs will be monitored constantly by RFID with directional antenna (DA) and handheld devices. For obtaining the better results from existing devices, algorithms of Range Estimation are proposed, which can be used on various handheld devices for locating indoor objects.