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Asymptotic uniform data-rate guarantees in large wireless networks

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Asymptotic uniform data-rate guarantees in large wireless networks
In this paper, we study asymptotic uniform data-rate guarantees in large wireless networks from an information-theoretic viewpoint. We consider the following question: what is the maximum achievable data rate that such a network can support for communication from an arbitrary radio node to its destination under transmission power and network-topology constraints, as the network size goes to infinity? In other words, we study the data-rate guarantee for an arbitrarily chosen source-destination pair assuming all other nodes act as relays. We consider two types of network deployments: 1)a regular deployment with unreliable nodes; and 2)a random deployment. We provide upper and lower bounds on the asymptotic achievable data rate for both linear and planar topologies under the two deployment models.
Xin Liu, R. Srikant
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where ADHOC
Authors Xin Liu, R. Srikant
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