Wireless Network Signals With Moderately Correlated Shadowing Still Appear Poisson

@article{Ross2017WirelessNS,
  title={Wireless Network Signals With Moderately Correlated Shadowing Still Appear Poisson},
  author={Nathan Ross and Dominic Schuhmacher},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Theory},
  year={2017},
  volume={63},
  pages={1177-1198}
}
  • Nathan Ross, Dominic Schuhmacher
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    2017
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • We consider the point process of signal strengths emitted from transmitters in a wireless network and observed at a fixed position. In our model, transmitters are placed deterministically or randomly according to a hard core or Poisson point process, and the signals are subjected to power law propagation loss and random propagation effects that may be correlated between transmitters. We provide bounds on the distance between the point process of signal strengths and a Poisson process with the… CONTINUE READING

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