Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Vossiek



Organisation


Lehrstuhl für Hochfrequenztechnik


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Dobrev, Y., Pavlenko, T., Geiß, J., Lipka, M., Gulden, P., & Vossiek, M. (2019). A 24-GHz Wireless Locating System for Human–Robot Interaction. IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques. https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TMTT.2019.2896555
Lipka, M., Sippel, E., & Vossiek, M. (2019). An Extended Kalman Filter for Direct, Real-Time, Phase-Based High Precision Indoor Localization. IEEE Access, Volume 7(Issue 1), 25288-25297. https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2017.DOI
Prophet, R., Martinez Garcia, J., Fuentes, M.J.C., Ebelt, R., & Vossiek, M. (2019). Instantaneous Ghost Detection Identification in Automotive Scenarios. (Unpublished, Accepted).
Prophet, R., Stark, H., Hoffmann, M., Sturm, C., & Vossiek, M. (2018). Adaptions for Automotive Radar Based Occupancy Gridmaps. Munich, DE: IEEE.
Kirsch, F., Gottinger, M., Dobrev, Y., & Vossiek, M. (2018). Advanced Wireless Local Positioning via Compressed Sensing. IEEE Access. https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/access.2018.2829619
Distler, F., Schür, J.S., & Vossiek, M. (2018). A Flexible Measurement System for Dielectric Waveguide Charaterization at mmW Frequencies. In Proceedings of the 48th European Microwave Conference 2018 (EuMC 2018).
Dobrev, Y., Gulden, P., & Vossiek, M. (2018). An Indoor Positioning System Based on Wireless Range and Angle Measurements Assisted by Multi-Modal Sensor Fusion for Service Robot Applications. IEEE Access, 6, 69036-69052. https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/access.2018.2879029
Schütz, M., & Vossiek, M. (2018). A robust real-time demodulation scheme for backscatter transponder based wireless positioning systems. IEEE.
Schütz, M., Dobrev, Y., Pavlenko, T., & Vossiek, M. (2018). A Secondary Surveillance Radar with Miniaturized Transponders for Localization of Small-Sized UAVs in Controlled Air Space. Rome, IT: IEEE.
Oppelt, D., & Vossiek, M. (2018). Burn wound assessment through microwave imaging. In IMS 2018 Workshop on Microwave to THz imaging technologies for biomedical applications. Philadelphia, US.

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