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Why satellite localization beacons are not adapted for marine turtles' study: a sea wireless sensors network solution

Nour Murad
Loic Guegan

Abstract

This article shows the effects of various parameters like the radio channel conditions or even the modulation on sea turtles trajectory estimated by terrestrial localization algorithms. This work is part of wireless sensors networks domain in the marine and terrestrial environment in the world of living beings. It allows to identify and understand the parameters that lead to inaccuracies over the sea turtles trajectory. Another important part of this project is to better understand the morphology of the sea turtles and his environment. It also proposes another way to localized sea turtles.
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hal-01631305 , version 1 (09-11-2017)

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Nour Murad, Loic Guegan, Sylvain Bonhommeau. Why satellite localization beacons are not adapted for marine turtles' study: a sea wireless sensors network solution. GIIS'17 - Global Information Infrastructure and Networking Symposium, IEEE, Oct 2017, Saint Pierre, Réunion. ⟨hal-01631305⟩
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