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This paper presents an in-depth investigation of frequency-domain super-resolution time-of-arrival (TOA) estimation with diversity techniques for indoor geolocation applications. A methodology for performance evaluation of super-resolution techniques based on the measurements of indoor radio propagation channels is presented. The performance of super-resolution techniques is compared with the performance of conventional TOA estimation techniques. The effects of diversity techniques on the performance of super-resolution techniques are evaluated. The measurement and simulation methods presented in this paper can be used to establish empirical performance bounds for real implementation of super-resolution indoor geolocation systems.