Modeling Random CSMA Wireless Networks in General Fading Environments

Provided by: University of South Florida
Topic: Mobility
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Carrier-Sense Multiple Access (CSMA) protocols coordinate the spectrum access to maximize the spatial frequency reuse and minimize the mutual interference in distributed wireless networks. Since the CSMA protocol correlates the positions of the simultaneously active transmitters, the analytically tractable Poisson Point Process (PPP) cannot be used to model the spatial distribution of the simultaneously active transmitters. Instead, the Hard Core Point Process (HCPP) is widely used to model the spatial distribution of the simultaneously active transmitters.

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