Published June 30, 2023 | Version 1.0
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D6.3 3D Measurement results and evaluation of Location Functions

  • 1. Brunel University
  • 2. RunEL
  • 3. ISEP


This deliverable presents the results of three localisation experiments performed in the 6G BRAINS project. The first hardware realisation experiment aimed to demonstrate RunEL’s capability functionally measuring the location of 5G/6G Mobile User Equipment Terminals (UE) within centimetre accuracy using Time Difference of Arrival (TDoA). The second software simulation experiment aimed to demonstrate how Deep Learning Integrated Reinforcement Learning (DLIRL) algorithm can be used to perform intelligent beamsteering by estimating the Angle of Arrival between gNB smart base station and UE in Beyond fifth Generation (B5G) networks. The third experiment applied a realistic visible light positioning testing environment for analysing and demonstrating that an innovative and data/energy/cost efficient communication system can be used to measure the 3D position by calculating the height of the receiver as well as its x-y position.


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6G BRAINS – Bring Reinforcement-learning Into Radio Light Network for Massive Connections 101017226
European Commission