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In many applications, e.g., wireless sensor networks, the authors often need estimation on the (Asymptotic) achievable throughput when the authors randomly deploy n wireless nodes in a given region. The main purpose of this paper is to study the asymptotic capacity of large scale random wireless networks when the authors choose the best protocols for all layers. As in the literature, the authors will mainly consider one type of networks, large scale random networks, where a large number of nodes are randomly placed in the deployment region. Due to spatial separation, several wireless nodes can transmit simultaneously provided that these transmissions will not cause destructive wireless interferences to any of the simultaneous transmissions.
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