Temporal Correlation of the Interference in Mobile Random Networks

In wireless networks, network performance measured by, e.g., link outage, is mainly limited by interference. The characterization of the interference depends on the transmitters set, the fading and the path loss. In static networks, the distance between nodes stays constant over time, while in mobile networks, the random mobility of nodes introduces another degree of randomness in the interference characterization, i.e., distance uncertainty. The interference statistics of mobile networks in a single time slot has been studied, by treating the network as a realization of a static model with dynamic links.

Provided by: University of Notre Dame Topic: Mobility Date Added: Jan 2011 Format: PDF

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