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Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2021

Design and Implementation of a Control Interface for Indoor Position Detection of Moving Omnidirectional Access Point Robot Using Super Sonic Signals

Kenshiro Mitsugi; Atushi Toyama; Keita Matsuo; Elis Kulla; Leonard Barolli;
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Published: 26 Oct 2021
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Recently, various communication technologies have been developed in order to satisfy the requirements of many users. Especially, mobile communication technology continues to develop rapidly and Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs) are attracting attention from many researchers in order to provide cost efficient broadband wireless connectivity. The main issue of WMNs is to improve network connectivity and stability in terms of user coverage. In our previous work, we presented a Moving Omnidirectional Access Point (MOAP) robot and implemented an indoor position detecting system using super sonic signals for MOAP Robot. In order to realize a moving Access Point (AP), the MOAP robot should move omnidirectional in 2 dimensional space. It is important that the MOAP robot moves to an accurate position in order to have a good connectivity. Thus, MOAP robot can provide good communication and stability for WMNs. In this paper, we design and implement a control interface for MOAP robot. The experimental results show that the implemented interface has a good accuracy for MOAP robot control.
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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Interface (computing) Robot Wireless broadband Real-time computing Omnidirectional antenna Wireless mesh network Point (geometry) Computer science Mobile telephony business.industry business Robot control

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