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Experimental investigation of radio signal propagation in scientific facilities for telerobotic applications

AuthorsParasuraman, Ramviyas N.; Kershaw, K.; Ferre, Manuel
Wireless Communication
Radio Signal Propagation
Mobile Robot
Tunnel Environments
Remote Control
Issue Date2013
PublisherTechnische Universität Wien
CitationInternational Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems 10:1-11(2013)
AbstractUnderstanding the radio signal transmission characteristics in the environment where the telerobotic application is sought is a key part of achieving a reliable wireless communication link between a telerobot and a control station. In this paper, wireless communication requirements and a case study of a typical telerobotic application in an underground facility at CERN are presented. Then, the theoretical and experimental characteristics of radio propagation are investigated with respect to time, distance, location and surrounding objects. Based on analysis of the experimental findings, we show how a commercial wireless system, such as Wi-Fi, can be made suitable for a case study application at CERN. ©2013 Parasuraman et al.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/56847
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