On the Giant Component of Wireless Multihop Networks in the Presence of Shadowing
In this paper, we study transmission power to secure the connectivity of a network. Instead of requiring all nodes to be connected, we require that only a large fraction (e.g., 95%) be connected, which is called the giant component. We show that, with this slightly relaxed requirement on connectivity, significant energy savings can be achieved for a large-scale network. In particular, we assume that a total of n nodes are randomly independently uniformly distributed in a unit square in ℛ2, that...[Show more]
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