Uplink Outage Performance of Linear Cellular Networks with Non-Uniform User Distribution
The Wyner model has been extensively used in the literature for analysing cellular networks. Recent studies show that when compared with a grid-based model, this simple model fails to capture key features of a cellular network under different scenarios. Without increasing complexity, a linear network model which uses an average user distance and considers a non-uniform user distribution scenario within cells is proposed. Simulation results show that despite the simplicity, the proposed model can provide a close insight when compared with a grid-based model.
Khan, A., Fanaei, M., & Jamalipour, A. (2014). Uplink Outage Performance of Linear Cellular Networks with Non-Uniform User Distribution. Electronic Letters, 50(23), 1772-1774.
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