Research activities on Locata technology at the University of New South Wales

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Early in 2007 the University of New South Wales established a permanent LocataNet installation at the University campus. The purpose of this network is to establish a research and test facility at UNSW devoted to Locata technology. This paper will discuss details of the LocataNet established at UNSW, and present results and analysis of some of the current research under investigation. These activities include the development of navigation processing software for processing data from the Locata receiver, signal propagation studies, and testing of the Locata technology in applications areas such as structural monitoring and positioning indoors. Several other future research topics are described and the motivation behind them is detailed.
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Politi, A
Barnes, J.
Dempster, A.G
Rizos, C
Tambuwala, N.
Jamal, M
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2007
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