Modeling cellular networks in fading environments with dominant specular components

Abstract : Stochastic geometry (SG) has been widely accepted as a fundamental tool for modeling and analyzing cellular networks. However, the fading models used with SG analysis are mainly confined to the simplistic Rayleigh fading, which is extended to the Nakagami-m fading in some special cases. However, neither the Rayleigh nor the Nakagami-m accounts for dominant specular components (DSCs) which may appear in realistic fading channels. In this paper, we present a tractable model for cellular networks with generalized two-ray (GTR) fading channel. The GTR fading explicitly accounts for two DSCs in addition to the diffuse components and offers high flexibility to capture diverse fading channels that appear in realistic outdoor/indoor wireless communication scenarios. It also encompasses the famous Rayleigh and Rician fading as special cases. To this end, the prominent effect of DSCs is highlighted in terms of average spectral efficiency.
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Ahmad Alammouri, Hesham Elsawy, Ahmed Sultan-Salem, Marco Di Renzo, Mohamed-Slim Alouini. Modeling cellular networks in fading environments with dominant specular components. IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC 2016), May 2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. ⟨10.1109/ICC.2016.7510903⟩. ⟨hal-01880179⟩

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