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The emitter localization is a significant problem in many fields such as target tracking, wireless communication, radar and many types of mobile application; In this paper, we apply Kalman filter and constrained least square (CLS) algorithm for compensating these noises. With the proposed two algorithms, we can confirm high accuracy for localization. A simulation demonstrates the performance of our proposed algorithm.
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