Modified fingerprinting localization technique of indoor positioning system based on coordinates

Rhowel M. Dellosa, Arnel C. Fajardo, Ruji P. Medina

Abstract


The fingerprinting localization technique is the most commonly used localization technique of the indoor positioning system. It is used by several technologies for short and long range position estimation like wireless fidelity and radio frequency. There are several schemes used to estimate a location for the indoor environment but the drawbacks resulted in complexity issues. These drawbacks have negative effects on location estimation. In order to address these drawbacks, this work attempted to explore the fingerprinting localization technique for location estimation of the indoor environment that focuses on position estimation. Results showed that the simplicity of the design of position estimation without compromising the functionality of the operations was observed with 100% accuracy on position estimation.

Keywords


Brute force method, Closest pair of points, Received signal strength, Trilateration

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v15.i3.pp1345-1355

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