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Mobile user Position System for Indoor Technologies using Application of RADAR
Objectives: Position tracking system is completely based on mobile user position for indoor technologies using RADAR System. The RADAR system is very useful to track an object; its work on the radio frequency. Methods/Analysis: This system carries a number of base stations in the indoor areas (research center, organization and buildings). These measures the time of transmission or received signal and also estimated the distance of the mobile user. Findings: To measure the actual and estimated range of the mobile user inside the indoor using RADAR after getting the position of the mobile user for continuous tracking user locations, store the information of the user in the database. Novelty /Improvement: This database contains ten entries of the mobile user. This complete system is very effective and future used system done on the Matlab programming and Simulink.
Infra Red (IR), Indoor Technology, Mobile User Position System, RADAR System, Radio Frequency.
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