Geolocation Bounds for Received Signal Strength (RSS) in Correlated Shadow Fading

Wireless geolocation – or position determination – may be accomplished via many different techniques, including Received Signal Strength (RSS). RSS techniques are interesting for 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.).

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