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Providing universal location services using a wireless E911 location network

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4 Author(s)
Zagami, J.M. ; Signatron Technol. Corp., USA ; Parl, Steen A. ; Bussgang, J.J. ; Melillo, K.D.

This article reviews the issues associated with the development of an E911 location network in light of the desire to leverage the E911 location network to provide universal non-cellular location-based services. The key issues are illustrated with a system originally developed for locating elderly patients with Alzheimer's disease

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:36 ,  Issue: 4 )