On Modeling Heterogeneous Wireless Networks Using Non-Poisson Point Processes

Future wireless networks are required to support 1000 times higher data rate, than the current LTE (Long Term Evolution) standard. In order to meet the ever increasing demand for achieving reliable and ubiquitous coverage, it is inevitable that, future wireless networks will have to develop seamless interconnection between multiple technologies. A manifestation of this idea is the collaboration among different types of network tiers such as macro and small cells, leading to the so-called Heterogeneous Networks (HetNets).

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