Date Added: Jul 2009
A Monte-Carlo technique based methodology for the estimation of a probability of interference in a cellular communication network is presented. This probability is considered for the case of mobile to base (Up Link or Reverse channel) and base to mobile (Down Link or Forward channel) interferences. The effect of random user location in their respective cells is taken into account, and the impact of lognormal shadowing is also studied. The simulation results obtained, when compared with known results are found to be in agreement.