Fundamental Relationship Between Node Density and Delay in Wireless Networks with Unreliable Links
Wireless communication sees an explosive growth in the number of customers in the past few decades, making Large-scale wireless network an important part of modern life. The authors investigate the fundamental relationship between node density and transmission delay in Large-scale wireless networks with unreliable links from percolation perspective. Previous works have already showed the relationship between transmission delay and distance from source to destination. However, it still remains as an open question how transmission delay varies in accordance with node density.