Received signal strength indication for movement detection
Source of Publication
2015 8th International Conference on Mobile Computing and Ubiquitous Networking, ICMU 2015
© 2015 IPSJ. Wireless networks are spreading continuously, filling our homes and the world around us. By using a ZigBee network we will show that a person can be detected by analyzing the fluctuations of signal strength inside the network. The simplicity of our approach means that it could be extended to all wireless networks. This work shows both implications on privacy as well as promising advances in fields like home automation and smart devices by localizing people as they go about their daily lives.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Wireless networks; Zigbee; Daily lives; Home automation; In-field; Movement detection; Received signal strength indication; Signal strengths; Smart devices; ZigBee networks; Ubiquitous computing
Alfandi, Omar; Bochem, Arne; Bulert, Kirill; Hogrefe, Dieter; and Maier, Alwin, "Received signal strength indication for movement detection" (2015). All Works. 2889.
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