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Performances Analysis of a System of Localization by Angle of Arrival UWB Radio

Abstract : The increasingly widespread use of sensor and actuator networks and in general of the Internet of Things (IoT) in several areas of precision, imposes upon localization systems that can often equip them with a robust and more precise localization. It is in this sense that UWB technology has proved to be one of the most powerful communication technologies for these localization systems; thanks, in particular to the bandwidth occupied instantaneously by the signal allowing a very fine temporal resolution. Constructors have set up localization kits based on various technologies. These kits facilitate in a way the work of localization of users. In this paper, we present results on the performance study of the Decawave PDoA Kit. This Kit uses the PDoA (Phase Difference of Arrival) to determine the Angle of Arrival (AoA) parameter with UWB technology. This study is in context of localization by AoA for an application to protect agricultural crops against grain-eating birds. The results of the study show overall AoA measurement errors around 10 degrees in an ideal environment.
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Salick Diagne, Thierry Val, Abdou Karim Farota, Bouya Diop, Ognadon Assogba. Performances Analysis of a System of Localization by Angle of Arrival UWB Radio. International journal of communications, network and system sciences, 2020, 13 (2), pp.15-27. ⟨10.4236/ijcns.2020.132002⟩. ⟨hal-02944183⟩



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