Indoor GPS positioning

2018-2019 Spring
Faculty Department of Project Supervisor: 
Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
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The aim of this project is to find the location of a person indoors. We need help in developing a cost-effective, accurate and easily deployable indoor positioning system based on GPS system.
GPS signals that are coming from the satellites will be received by directional GPS antennas and will be amplified by very low noise Radio Frequency (RF) repeaters, which have low noise amplifier (LNA) blocks. The amplified signals will be downconverted to ISM band and will be reradiated by a set of ISM band antennas to the indoor environment. Signals picked up by a receiever will be upconverted back to GPS frequency from the ISM band and then position of receiver will be found with a novel location finding algorithm which eliminates the non line-of-sight (NLOS) propagation.
If you are interested in RF circuit design and antenna systems, you can learn a lot from the project.

Related Areas of Project: 
Computer Science and Engineering
Electronics Engineering