Joint Spatial-Propagation Modeling of Cellular Networks Based on the Directional Radii of Poisson Voronoi Cells

  title={Joint Spatial-Propagation Modeling of Cellular Networks Based on the Directional Radii of Poisson Voronoi Cells},
  author={Ke Feng and Martin Haenggi},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
  • Ke Feng, M. Haenggi
  • Published 25 December 2020
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications
In coverage-oriented networks, base stations (BSs) are deployed in a way such that users at the cell boundaries achieve sufficient signal strength. The shape and size of cells vary from BS to BS, since the large-scale signal propagation conditions differ in different geographical regions. This work proposes and studies a joint spatial-propagation (JSP) model, which considers the correlation between cell radii and the large-scale signal propagation (captured by shadowing). We first introduce the… 

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