Capacity of large wireless networks with generally distributed nodes
This paper investigates the capacity of a random network in which the nodes have a general spatial distribution. Our model assumes n nodes in a unit square, with a pair of nodes directly connected if and only if their Euclidean distance is smaller than or equal to a threshold, known as the transmission range. Each link has an identical capacity of W bits/s. The transmission range is the same for all nodes and can be any value so long as the resulting network is connected. A capacity upper bound...[Show more]
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