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Radio Localization and Sensing – Part I: Fundamentals

by   Henk Wymeersch, et al.

This letter is part of a two-letter tutorial on radio localization and sensing, with focus on mobile radio systems in 5G mmWave and beyond. Part I introduces the fundamentals, covering an overview of the relevant literature, as well as the different aspects of localization and sensing problems. Then, different performance metrics are presented, which are important in the evaluation of methods. Methods are detailed in the last part of this letter. Part I thus provides the necessary background to delve into more forward-looking problems in Part II.


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