Implementing and evaluating a WiFi Direction Finder

Accurate and inexpensive indoor localization is required in many applications, such as tracking objects in a warehouse. State-of-the-art wireless technologies which are typically used for indoor localization, such as BLE and UWB, now support angleof-arrival capabilities. This feature is also possible using the protocol IEEE 802.11n (WiFi), which requires receivers with multiple antennas. Your job is to implement and evaluate a WiFi direction finder.
 

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Student Target Groups:

  • Students in ICE/Telematics, Electronics and related.

Thesis Type:

  • Master Thesis

Required Prior Knowledge:

  • Good programming skills: 
  • Interest for new tools and technologies

Goals and Tasks:

  • To implement an accurate and inexpensive indoor localization system using WiFi routers with multiple antennas
  • Compare with existing state-of-the-art alternatives

Duration in months

  • 6 months

Start:

  • As soon as possible

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