Received Signal Strength Based Location Estimation for Emergency Cases
The success of the localization highly depends on the accuracy of the localization algorithm. One of the most well-known and simple localization technique is received signal strength indicator based location estimation which relies on the measuring the power level of the transmitter node. Therefore, in this study, a general framework for the localization of a victim in the harsh environments is given.
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