Randomised collaborative transmission of smart objects. Sigg, S. & Beigl, M. In 2nd International Workshop on Design and Integration principles for smart objects (DIPSO2008) in conjunction with Ubicomp 2008, September, 2008.
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We propose a randomised approach to time and frequency synchronisation of superimposed signals from collaboratively transmitting sensor nodes. The technique is feasible with- out cooperation between nodes and entirely relays on the re- ceiver feedback. It is practical for an arbitrary number of received signals and sensor nodes. The superimposed re- ceived signal is focused on an arbitrary location of a remote receiver in order to maximise constructive interference. In both, analytic considerations and in a simulation environ- ment considerations we demonstrate that synchronisation of several hundred received signals within milliseconds is pos- sible.
@InProceedings{ 4020,
	title = "Randomised collaborative transmission of smart objects",
	booktitle = "2nd International Workshop on Design and Integration principles for smart objects (DIPSO2008) in conjunction with Ubicomp 2008",
	author = "Stephan Sigg and Michael Beigl",
	month = "September",
	year = "2008",
	abstract = "We propose a randomised approach to time and frequency synchronisation of superimposed signals from collaboratively transmitting sensor nodes. The technique is feasible with- out cooperation between nodes and entirely relays on the re- ceiver feedback. It is practical for an arbitrary number of received signals and sensor nodes. The superimposed re- ceived signal is focused on an arbitrary location of a remote receiver in order to maximise constructive interference. In both, analytic considerations and in a simulation environ- ment considerations we demonstrate that synchronisation of several hundred received signals within milliseconds is pos- sible. ",
	group = {ambience}
}

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