Corpus ID: 8404655

On the number of active links in random wireless networks

  title={On the number of active links in random wireless networks},
  author={Hengameh Keshavarz and Ravi R. Mazumdar and Rahul Roy and Farshid Zoghalchi},
This paper presents results on the typical number of simultaneous point-to-point transmissions above a minimum rate that can be sustained in a network with $n$ transmitter-receiver node pairs when all transmitting nodes can potentially interfere with all receivers. In particular we obtain a scaling law when the fading gains are independent Rayleigh distributed random variables and the transmitters over different realizations are located at the points of a stationary Poisson field in the plane… Expand


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