An Open Localization and Local Communication Embodied Sensor
AbstractIn this paper we describe a localization and local communication system which allows situated agents to communicate locally, obtaining at the same time both the range and the bearing of the emitter without the need of any centralized control or any external reference. The system relies on infrared communications with frequency modulation and is composed of two interconnected modules for data and power measurement. Thanks to the open hardware license under which it is released, the research community can easily replicate the system at a low cost and/or adapt it for applications in sensor networks and in robotics. View Full-Text
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Gutiérrez, A.; Campo, A.; Dorigo, M.; Amor, D.; Magdalena, L.; Monasterio-Huelin, F. An Open Localization and Local Communication Embodied Sensor. Sensors 2008, 8, 7545-7563.
Gutiérrez A, Campo A, Dorigo M, Amor D, Magdalena L, Monasterio-Huelin F. An Open Localization and Local Communication Embodied Sensor. Sensors. 2008; 8(11):7545-7563.Chicago/Turabian Style
Gutiérrez, Alvaro; Campo, Alexandre; Dorigo, Marco; Amor, Daniel; Magdalena, Luis; Monasterio-Huelin, Félix. 2008. "An Open Localization and Local Communication Embodied Sensor." Sensors 8, no. 11: 7545-7563.