Spatial Throughput of Wireless Networks Under Different Decoding Rules

Provided by: University of Ottawa
Topic: Mobility
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In this paper, the authors revisit the problem of characterizing the highest spatial throughput - or spatial capacity - of wireless networks in [bits/s/Hz/m2] in light of some recent results. They analyze the expected maximum achievable sum rates over a given area based on the capacity regions of Gaussian point-to-point codes in Poisson distributed wireless networks under two decoding rules, namely; IAN: treating interference as noise and OPT: jointly detecting the strongest interfering signals, treating the others as noise. They prove that the average spatial capacity is the product of the network density and the expected value of the achievable coding rates that maximize the spatial throughput for different network realizations.

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