Bandwidth partitioning in decentralized wireless networks

@article{Jindal2008BandwidthPI,
  title={Bandwidth partitioning in decentralized wireless networks},
  author={Nihar Jindal and Jeffrey G. Andrews and Steven P. Weber},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
  year={2008},
  volume={7}
}
This paper addresses the following question, which is of interest in the design of a multiuser decentralized network. Given a total system bandwidth of W Hz and a fixed data rate constraint of R bps for each transmission, how many frequency slots N of size W/N should the band be partitioned into in order to maximize the number of simultaneous links in the network? Dividing the available spectrum results in two competing effects. On the positive side, a larger N allows for more parallel, non… 
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