Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
G. Alfano, R. Tresch, M. Guillaud:
"Spatial diversity impact on the local delay of homogeneous and clustered wireless networks";
Talk: International ITG Workshop on Smart Antennas 2011 (WSA 2011),
- 02-25-2011; in: "Proc. International ITG Workshop on Smart Antennas",
The law of the time to transmit a typical packet from a node to its intended receiver, in a wireless network with randomly deployed nodes, fading and interference is investigated. SINR-based coverage at the physical layer is assumed, while the MAC is governed by spatial ALOHA with prescribed medium access probability. Both the case of Homogeneous Poisson Point Process as well as of clustered Poisson are analyzed, providing monotonicity results on the average local delay achievable under a set of common assumptions on the communication scenario, and varying the number of spatial degrees of freedom available for transmit beamforming and/or interference suppression.
stochastic geometry; Interference Alignment; MIMO; Poisson cluster
Electronic version of the publication:
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