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 Tiny sensors tracked

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Date posted: 10/11/2005

Researchers from Vanderbilt University have come up with a way to determine the position of individual sensors when you have a network of tiny, inexpensive sensors scattered throughout an environment, almost willy-nilly.

The method measures radio signal interference using the radiowaves sensors use to communicate with each other, across several sensors in a network to determine the strength of a given sensors' signal. The method works in networks of as few as six sensors.

The researchers' prototype located sensors to within three centimeters at ranges of up to 160 meters.

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