Localization for IoT Based Systems Using UWB

Krishnaveni, B. Venkata and Venkatalakshmi, A. and Kumar, B. Ravi (2023) Localization for IoT Based Systems Using UWB. In: Contemporary Perspective on Science, Technology and Research Vol. 2. B P International, pp. 12-26. ISBN 978-81-968656-7-2

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The sophisticated, cutting-edge low power, low cost wireless technologies of today make the Internet of Things (IOTs) a significant platform. IOT applications are being used on an increasing basis in a variety of contexts, including smart factories, smart cities, smart industries, and smart homes. Achieving a suitable level of precision and accuracy in localizing the person, object, or device is crucial for each of these applications. In IOT, every gadget is connected to every other device through the internet. One way to classify localization is as measurements of area, angle, distance, etc. Numerous wireless technologies, including radio frequency identification (RFID), Bluetooth low energy (BLE), WiFi, and ultra-wideband (UWB), are utilized in Internet of Things (IOT) systems to achieve dependable localization. It has been discovered that UWB plays a crucial function. Since UWB has a wide frequency range (3.1GHz–10.6GHz), a low duty cycle (maximum on time 5ms and off time 38ms), high accuracy of ranging (cm), uses very small pulses (ns to localize), can pass through obstacles, can prevent multipath fading, and other advantages, it has been found to be important for localization in IOTs. It performs well in a wireless sensor network (WSN) and has been looked into as a possible option for indoor localization. We present the age and gathering of UWB signal first and afterward we examine the confinement calculation for IoT applications utilizing UWB remote innovation.

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Subjects: Eprints STM archive > Multidisciplinary
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Date Deposited: 30 Dec 2023 09:29
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