Randomised collaborative transmission of smart objects. Sigg, S. and 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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