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Detailed analysis of energy detection-based millimetre-wave time-of-arrival measurement system

Detailed analysis of energy detection-based millimetre-wave time-of-arrival measurement system

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Millimetre-wave (MMW) in 60 GHz extremely high-frequency band is deemed as a promising technique in indoor localisation based on its high multipath resolution, which can achieve higher measurement precision than ultra-wideband system. To reduce the positioning errors, this study presents a new threshold determination scheme based on the extreme learning machine by analysing the characteristics of the received MMW pulses from the energy detector receiver. For each given signal-to-noise ratio, the thresholds are examined. The impacts on ranging accuracy are analysed due to the integration periods and propagation models. Results show the developed method can extensively improve the ranging precision.

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