Stochastic Geometry Interference Model for 5G Heterogeneous Network

Abstract

In order to meet the increasing demand of data rate, the next generation Mobile Communications (5G) are becoming more heterogeneous, irregular and complex. This will lead to more complex interference environment. So the traditional fixed geometry hexagon model is no longer applicable. In order to more accurately evaluate the performance of the 5G… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/PDCAT.2016.067

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