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Prediction of TOA-based localization accuracy using CRLB and 3D buildings with field trial validation

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In Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks, radio localization based on Time of Arrival (TOA) measurements collected from gateways synchronized on GPS time is an appealing technology for Internet of Things (IoT). However, it is hard to predict the actual accuracy that could be expected from a given deployment without taking into account the propagation channel complexity. This paper proposes a new approach to generate a localization accuracy map (LAM) based on Cramér-Rao lower bound (CRLB) and 3D buildings models to predict the propagation conditions. A comparison with measurements from LPWA field trials conducted in the city of Grenoble (France) is presented, comprising more than 300 000 LPWA transmissions collected. We show that for an infrastructure composed of 6 LPWA gateways, our LAM is able to predict the performance obtained with an maximum likelihood estimator (MLE) localization algorithm with only 12% of mismatch.
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hal-03903856 , version 1 (16-12-2022)

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Christophe Villien, Nicolas Deparis, Valérian Mannoni, Sébastien de Rivaz. Prediction of TOA-based localization accuracy using CRLB and 3D buildings with field trial validation. Curran Associates, pp.261-266, 2022, 2022 Joint European Conference on Networks and Communications & 6G Summit (EuCNC/6G Summit), ⟨10.1109/EuCNC/6GSummit54941.2022.9815596⟩. ⟨hal-03903856⟩
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