On the Validity of Isotropic Complex α-Stable Interference Models for Interference in the IoT

Abstract : With the growing numbers of IoT devices, both industries and researchers are facing the challenge of handling interference with non-Gaussian behavior. To model such interference, theoretical approaches have been proposed such as Middleton Class A and B, α-stable, etc. This paper addresses the validity of the α-stable model. Its theoretical validity is based on idealistic assumptions, especially an unbounded received power. We show that the α-stable model remains accurate, if we adapt the characteristic exponent α, when we introduce a guard zone that limits the received power. To do so, we study three features: the characteristic exponent, the quantiles and the dependence structure.
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Ce Zheng, Malcolm Egan, Laurent Clavier, Gareth Peters, Jean-Marie Gorce. On the Validity of Isotropic Complex α-Stable Interference Models for Interference in the IoT. Colloque francophone de traitement du signal et des images, GRETSI 2019, Aug 2019, Lille, France. pp.4. ⟨hal-02263787⟩

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