Publication detail

Cable Length Based Geolocalisation

KOMOSNÝ, D. BALEJ, J. ŠIMEK, M. DOLEŽEL, P. SATHU, H. SHUKLA, R.

Original Title

Cable Length Based Geolocalisation

English Title

Cable Length Based Geolocalisation

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper discusses a new IP Geolocalisation technique after introducing other contemporary techniques, starting with the earliest known GPS systems for geolocation. The work addresses a key-feature of any constraint-based geolocalisation method, which is finding the maximum linear distance of a target with the unknown position to a set of landmarks with the known geographical position. We define the maximum linear distance using the physical cable length in the interconnecting networks. The proposed method CLBG (Cable Length Based Geolocalisation) first estimates the physical cable length between the target node and the landmark and this in turn is used to compute the linear distance. The computed linear distance is consequently used for the target node localization using multilateration. The CLBG methods outperforms other similar techniques when compared in a both national and global IP networks.

English abstract

This paper discusses a new IP Geolocalisation technique after introducing other contemporary techniques, starting with the earliest known GPS systems for geolocation. The work addresses a key-feature of any constraint-based geolocalisation method, which is finding the maximum linear distance of a target with the unknown position to a set of landmarks with the known geographical position. We define the maximum linear distance using the physical cable length in the interconnecting networks. The proposed method CLBG (Cable Length Based Geolocalisation) first estimates the physical cable length between the target node and the landmark and this in turn is used to compute the linear distance. The computed linear distance is consequently used for the target node localization using multilateration. The CLBG methods outperforms other similar techniques when compared in a both national and global IP networks.

Keywords

IP, Geographic, Localisation, Multilateration, Latency, Cable

RIV year

2012

Released

04.07.2012

Publisher

SEP (Society of Polish Electrical and Electronics Engineers)

Location

Warszawa

ISBN

0033-2097

Periodical

Przeglad Elektrotechniczny

Year of study

2012

Number

7a

State

PL

Pages from

26

Pages to

32

Pages count

7

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT92820,
  author="Dan {Komosný} and Jiří {Balej} and Milan {Šimek} and Pavel {Doležel} and Hira {Sathu} and Ranjana {Shukla}",
  title="Cable Length Based Geolocalisation",
  annote="This paper discusses a new IP Geolocalisation technique after introducing other contemporary techniques, starting with the earliest known
GPS systems for geolocation. The work addresses a key-feature of any constraint-based geolocalisation method, which is finding the maximum linear
distance of a target with the unknown position to a set of landmarks with the known geographical position. We define the maximum linear distance
using the physical cable length in the interconnecting networks. The proposed method CLBG (Cable Length Based Geolocalisation) first estimates the
physical cable length between the target node and the landmark and this in turn is used to compute the linear distance. The computed linear distance
is consequently used for the target node localization using multilateration. The CLBG methods outperforms other similar techniques when compared
in a both national and global IP networks.",
  address="SEP (Society of Polish Electrical and Electronics Engineers)",
  chapter="92820",
  institution="SEP (Society of Polish Electrical and Electronics Engineers)",
  number="7a",
  volume="2012",
  year="2012",
  month="july",
  pages="26--32",
  publisher="SEP (Society of Polish Electrical and Electronics Engineers)",
  type="journal article - other"
}