"Fundamentals of RF Sensing"

Saandeep Depatla, PhD Qualifying Exam

September 16th (Wednesday), 2:00pm
Harold Frank Hall, Room 4164

Ubiquitous RF signals can potentially enable several applications like imaging, counting, tracking, gesture recognition e.t.c. RF signals interact with materials on their path and hence contain information about them. We use the information contained in the RF signals to image objects including occluded ones and count people. In this talk, completed work on imaging of several structures through walls using robots and counting number of people in a given area by just using WiFi RSSI measurements along with several experimental results will be presented and future directions in these areas will be discussed.