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Assume that more than one robot gets close to Robot A - so that they all start swapping info with robot A. Is there anything to help get round the interference between robot B->A, C->A, D->A etc. Bearing in mind that robot A may actually be any random robot. Or is that just down to the data in the packet?
then they dont help to decide if the robots are in 'very close' proximity. Since it works over 15 feet then we just know they are within 15 feet of each other (it could be anywhere between 0 and 15 feet) and we dont know the exact angle (its approximated as N/S/W/E).
a low power transceiver we can use to have that 'little chat' which can only happen when they are very close or a version of the beacon that also gives a value of 'distance'.
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