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Temporal analysis for user speed estimation in wireless networks

Abstract : A method for estimating the speed of a user equipment connected to a base station of a wireless network, the method comprising the following steps: - measuring the power of a signal transmitted between the user equipment and the base station; - computing the derivative of the measured signal power with respect to time; - computing the standard deviation of the computed derivative; - estimating, from previously established reference data, the speed of the user equipment that corresponds to the computed standard deviation, the reference data associating a given user equipment speed with a certain computed standard deviation.
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  • HAL Id : hal-01267534, version 1



Nidham Ben Rached, Veronique Capdevielle, Majed Haddad, Frédéric Ratovelomanana, Afef Feki, et al.. Temporal analysis for user speed estimation in wireless networks. France, Patent n° : EP2824476, WO/2015/004267, US20160146930. 2013. ⟨hal-01267534⟩



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