'Positioning with opportunistic cellular signals'

Cellular signals have many potential advantages for positioning use, as they are of high quality and reach deep indoors. Despite the cellular system being designed primarily for communication, rather than positioning, measurements of these signals can still give useful position information for many applications. Chris discussed the limitations and possibilities, introduced experiences in the field, and drew out some lessons of general interest.

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