ESP Receiver Firmware

A project log for SubPos Positioning System

A "dataless" Wi-Fi positioning system that can be used anywhere GPS can't.

BleckyBlecky 06/13/2015 at 17:431 Comment

Edit: I have converted the firmware that I created before to just output the SPS tagged SSIDs, RSSI and channel as comma separated values instead, as the ESP module doesn't have decent math libraries, doesn't do floating point arithmetic very well and is quite slow to update:

You can use this firmware to do trilateration on another embedded platform. Plus you can possibly use multiple ESP receivers to do multiple scans at once (I will alter this firmware to scan on a GPIO active high shortly so you can trigger a scan).

I am in the process of creating a basic ESP8266 based SubPos receiver (like a GPS receiver module).

An ESP8266 module with the SubPos receiver firmware, will generate NMEA messages based on the currently visible nodes and calculate a position. This position could be used for indoor drones or the like. The ESP module returns a scan once every 2 second or so, so this module might be a little slow for some applications. You could increase this speed by limiting to a single channel to scan.


disturbedones wrote 10/20/2015 at 01:13 point

Hello fellow, I was really interested in your project and would like to create a project like this for my own. Would it be too much to ask for a procedure that outlines how you came about doing this project? Your response would be greatly appreciated!!

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