We recommend the introduction by Prof. Berthold K.P. Horn of MIT CSAIL. SeeĀ http://people.csail.mit.edu/bkph/ftmrtt.shtml

    It combines sound theoretical background with extensive hands-on experimentation and development using WILD and Android.


    Wi-Fi RTT is a key feature in Android 9 Pie. WILD is one of Google’s recommended Wi-Fi RTT access points.

    Compulab published on github a simple open-source reference Android application for Wi-Fi RTT ranging tested with WILD.

    Yocto FTMR is a pre-defined configuration recommended by Google and used by many early adopters.

    The software and hardware of Yocto FTMR are both pre-defined.

    WILD is for developers that look for flexibility in hardware and software. It accepts nearly all customization options available for fitlet2 and runs open source Debian GNU/Linux.

    Some things that are possible with WILD:

    • Powering by PoE
    • Adding a 2nd Wi-Fi card
    • Switching on the fly between Wi-Fi RTT responder mode and initiator mode
    • Playing multimedia on a high resolution display
    • Connecting IP cameras
    • Adding cellular communication
    • Installing any Linux application or service
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