Date Added: Mar 2011
In This Paper the authors topological Properties of Wireless Communication Maps and Their Usability in Algorithmic Design. They consider the SINR Model, Which Compares the Received Power of a Signal at a Receiver Against the Sum of Strengths of Other Interfering Signals Plus Background Noise. To Describe the Behavior of a Multi-Station Network, they he Convenient Representation of a Reception Map. In the SINR Model, the Resulting SINR Diagram Partitions the Plane Into Reception Zones, One Per Station, and the Complementary Region of the Plane Where No Station Can Be Heard. SINR Diagrams Have Been Studied in for the Specific Case Where All Stations Use the Same Power.