Hi,
It's all simple. Just read driver. Especially HAL part. There's ability in Atheros-chipsets to set timestamps on every received frame. You can look at this derction. I don't remember for sure, but in 802.11-stack there's no much resources for this.


2014-04-11 15:40 GMT+03:00 Nobaene Sehloho <nsehloho@gmail.com>:
hi, my name is Elizabeth.

I am a Masters student doing a project on indoor position.

I wish to use the RTT signal to find the signal arrival time. I read an article that mentioned modifying the madwifi drivers code. I am not sure how to start about solving this problem

your help will be much appreciated.

Regards,
Elizabeth


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