Testing for Normality of UWB-Based Distance Measurements by the Anderson-Darling Statistic

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Executive Summary

The Ultra-Wideband measurement campaign promoted within NEWCOM++ is intended to provide real-world data to researchers. The set of measurements are composed of a number of distance estimates from several sensor nodes to anchor nodes with known positions. These estimates were based on Time-Of-Arrival estimates delivered by Timedomain PulseON 220 UWB nodes. The measurement campaign resulted in a database of measured distances along with an accurate measure of the actual locations of nodes and anchor nodes. Therefore, the experiment constitutes an appealing database for testing positioning algorithms in realistic conditions.

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