Measurements of Location Distinction in Wireless Sensor Network Using Frequency Domain Link Signature
Traditionally, a lot of issues in wireless sensor network using Temporal Link Signature, especially in the part of False alarm rate and Moment Detection. Here the authors mainly focus on Frequency Domain-Link Signature, which is the alternate method for temporal link signature. In general, they use of wider bandwidths and longer path lengths to generate a richer link signature space and make quality measurement on link signatures, more unique as a function of Transmitter (TX) and Receiver (RX) locations. In Temporal link signature is utilized 40 MHz chip rate on DS-SS system and covered relatively short path lengths (an average path length of 7.7 m).