Searched for: subject:"WiFi"
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Jayavel, Madhumitha (author)
IoT refers to a network of connected devices that exchange data for different applications using different wireless standards such as Cellular, ZigBee, Bluetooth, Mesh Networks, and the widely used WiFi. For IoT applications that do not require high data rates but require long-range data transmission and low power operation, a sub 1GHz WiFi...
master thesis 2020
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Kumaran, A.K. (author)
CMOS technology is one of the feasible solutions to meet the world’s growing demand for high data rates because it offers the prospect of SoC at a low cost. But, the PA forms the major bottleneck in making SoC because the PAs in high data rate wireless communication systems have the requirement of high-efficiency and good linearity even at...
master thesis 2020
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Ferreras Chumillas, Pablo (author)
The recently introduced General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) allows universities to use WiFi Access data for their research activities. The richness, ubiquity, and scalability of WiFi tracking make it an extremely relevant resource for studying the behavior and mobility patterns of groups and social systems. However, it is also a sensitive...
master thesis 2019
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Al-Rahbi, Mohammed (author)
Human Activity Recognition (HAR) is a key enabler of various applications, including smart homes, health care, Internet of Things (IoT), and virtual reality games. A large number of HAR systems are based on wearable sensors and computer vision. However, a challenge that has emerged in the last few years entails recognizing human activities using...
master thesis 2019
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Garcia Ferrin, Patricia (author)
Indoor positioning has several variants as a result of multiple years of study on the topic. Using WiFi signals as the technology to compute the position of the target device is one of the most extended and researched techniques. WiFi Access Points are extensively deployed in all indoor environments where WiFi indoor localization has a potential...
master thesis 2019
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Bebelaar, Niek (author), Kleijwegt, Cathelijne (author), Meulmeester, Roeland (author), Michailidou, Gina (author), Salheb, Nebras (author), Vaissier, Noortje (author)
This synthesis project is focused on implementing an Internet of Things (IoT) network to measure environmental data in the city of Delft. This network consists of sensor platforms that are placed in the urban environment. Each sensor platform is mounted on fixed locations and it is not moved during the measurement time. The aim is to raise...
student report 2017
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Angelova, Lilia (author), Flikweert, Puck (author), Karydakis, Panagiotis (author), Kersbergen, Daniël (author), Teeuwen, Roos (author), Valečkaitė, Kotryna (author)
Along with the rise of the smart city movement, Internet of Things is an upcoming phenomenon. Objects and devices are becoming more and more wirelessly interconnected, communicating information between themselves and to human beings. As an extension on static sensor networks that gather real-time environmental data, the feasibility of...
student report 2017
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Macarulla Rodriguez, Andrea (author)
Google Location History Timeline could be used in the future to track mobile devices of users with a Google account. The Department of Forensic Digital Technology in the Netherlands Forensic Institute might consider using it as available data for evidence in its investigations. A part of this research is to assess the accuracy of the locations...
master thesis 2017
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Shukla, S.Y. (author)
WLAN 802.11 (WiFi) and WPAN 802.15 (Bluetooth) operate in the same 2.4GHz ISM band. OFDM WLANs are designed to provide very high data rates, resilience to multipath and extended operating range. One of the main barriers to actually achieving the high data rates is the interference from the Bluetooth systems which is one of the main sources of...
master thesis 2015
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Xu, W. (author)
In order to address the problem of indoor pedestrian tracking, this thesis reports a research on spatial models' ability to reduce tracking error of a WiFi positioning system. There are three main objectives in this research. First, it is to build a suitable spatial model for tracking. Second, it is to develop a tracking algorithm that can make...
master thesis 2014
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Lu, Y. (author)
The lighting industry has been comprehensively developed and deployed during recent decades, especially with the rise of LED technology. As a related technique field, lighting control system has also draw more and more attention; therefore intelligent lighting control systems are needed. Nowadays, several famous lighting companies are working on...
master thesis 2014
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Vasic, M. (author), Abikhaled, A.M. (author)
Description of a system for receiving traffic information trough a wifi ad-hoc system.
bachelor thesis 2010
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