Device and method for cellular synchronization assisted location estimation
Roth, John David-Dickson
McEachen, John C.
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A device and method for determining the location of a cellular device, such as a mobile cell phone, utilizing a Timing Advance (TA) issued by one or more cellular base stations, such as an LTE or LTE-A enhanced NodeB (eNB), to the cellular device.
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