Sven Ole Schmidt, M.Sc.
|Address||TH Lübeck - University of Applied Sciences, Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
Mönkhofer Weg 239
D-23562 Lübeck, Germany
|Phone||+49 (0)451 300-5740|
Since November 01st 2018 I am research associate of Communications - Systems - Applications Center of Excellence at the TH Lübeck - University of Applied Sciences. For my master thesis, I worked in the field of resource allocation in downlink broadcasts in industry 4.0 environments. In this regard, I developed a latency-based scheduling-algorithm. I'm interested in distributed systems, signal processing and algorithm research.
- Born on June 15th 1992
- Study of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the University of Bremen until 2015
- Study of Communication and Information Technology at the University of Bremen until 2018
- Since November 01st 2018 research associate at the Communications - Systems - Applications Center of Excellence
|||On the Effective Length of Channel Impulse Responses in UWB Single Anchor Localization , In International Conference on Localization and GNSS, 2019. [bib] [abstract]|
Recently, single anchor localization evolves as a new research topic that exploits multipath propagation for calculation of tag positions. With a combination of movement information and particle filters, they provide a precision that is similar to multi-anchor systems. However, a systematic approach to the design and implementation of such systems is not yet available. The combination of theory and mathematical modeling for channel impulse responses is still an open research question that we address in this paper. Therefore, we propose a new representation of a channel impulse response targeted for single anchor localization systems. Based on this representation, we model the relationship between tag positions and channel impulse responses and evaluate the statistic properties of channel impulse responses in this application. In this paper, we introduce a new metric for the assessment of anchor positions, the effective length of CIRs. By the shortest effective length of a set of CIRs, we identify the best anchor position, since it indicates the position where requirements for the measurement of the channel impulse response are lowest.