On the CRLB Scaling Law for Received Signal Strength (RSS) Geolocation

Wireless geolocation (position determination) may be accomplished via many techniques. RSS techniques are interesting due to their simplicity and generality, and can be accomplished from a set of reference stations radiating any set of waveforms. This motivates the idea of performing RSS-type positioning from a set of Signals-of-Opportunity (SoO) that happen to be in a local area (e.g. commercial radio, TV sources, etc.). The large number of potential sources helps improve the location accuracy.

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