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IEEE 802.11az Indoor Positioning with mmWave

by   Pablo Picazo-Martínez, et al.
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Last years we have witnessed the uprising of location based applications, which depend on the devices ability to accurately obtain their position. IEEE 802.11, foretelling the need for such applications, started the IEEE 802.11az work on Next Generation Positioning. Although this standard provides positioning enhancements for sub-6GHz and mmWave bands, high accuracy in the order of centimeters can only be obtained in the latter band, thanks to the beamforming information available at mmWave operation. This work presents a detailed analysis on the new techniques provided by IEEE 802.11az for enhanced secured positioning in the mmWave band, assessing them through experimentation.


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