Downlink Capacity and Base Station Density in Cellular Networks
The cellular network is one of the most useful networks for wireless communications and now universally used. There have been a lot of analytic results about the performance of the mobile user at a specific location such as the cell center or edge, whereas very few results about the performance of the mobile user at an arbitrary location. In this paper, the authors use the stochastic geometry approach, and derive useful distributions and probabilities for cellular networks. Using these results, they analyze the downlink performance of the mobile user, e.g., outage probability at an arbitrary location considering the mobile user density.