On Stochastic Geometry Modeling of Cellular Uplink Transmission With Truncated Channel Inversion Power Control

  title={On Stochastic Geometry Modeling of Cellular Uplink Transmission With Truncated Channel Inversion Power Control},
  author={Hesham Elsawy and Ekram Hossain},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
Using stochastic geometry, we develop a tractable uplink modeling paradigm for outage probability and spectral efficiency in both single and multi-tier cellular wireless networks. The analysis accounts for per user equipment (UE) power control as well as the maximum power limitations for UEs. More specifically, for interference mitigation and robust uplink communication, each UE is required to control its transmit power such that the average received signal power at its serving base station (BS… 

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