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Ergodic Transmission Capacity of Wireless Ad Hoc Networks with Interference Management

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Ergodic Transmission Capacity of Wireless Ad Hoc Networks with Interference Management
Most work on wireless network throughput ignores the temporal correlation inherent to wireless channels because it degrades tractability. To better model and quantify the temporal variations of wireless network throughput, this paper introduces a metric termed ergodic transmission capacity (ETC), which includes spatial and temporal ergodicity. All transmitters in the network form a homogeneous Poisson point process and all channels are modeled by a finite state Markov chain. The bounds on outage probability and ETC are characterized, and their scaling behaviors for a sparse and dense network are discussed. From these results, we show that the ETC can be characterized by the inner product of the channel-state related vector and the invariant probability vector of the Markov chain. This indicates that channel-aware opportunistic transmission does not always increase ETC. Finally, we look at outage probability with interference management from a stochastic geometry point of view. The im...
Chun-Hung Liu, Jeffrey G. Andrews
Added 26 Aug 2011
Updated 26 Aug 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where CORR
Authors Chun-Hung Liu, Jeffrey G. Andrews
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