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Connectivity in Wireless Networks

  • Seyed Javad KazemitabarEmail author
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Abstract

In the previous chapters, we tried to find methods to cope with interference in a wireless network in different layers. However, regardless of what method we use, the interference has impacts on the connectivity of the network. We sure want to have a connected network all the time. The question then will be whether this is possible or not. In this chapter we first define a few connectivity measures and then investigate the connectivity of a network based on those metrics.

Keywords

Probability Density Function Medium Access Control Fading Channel Outage Probability MIMO Channel 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Dept. of EE and CSUniversity of California IrvineIrvineUSA

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