Mathematical expressions for bit error rates in a wireless system are derived and provide insight into interference control.
Wireless networks are often modeled using tools from stochastic geometry. A team of researchers from Klagenfurt, Athens, and Notre Dame now contributed to these tools by solving general sum-product functionals for Poisson point processes. Link outage probabilities are derived for networks with interference and Nakagami fading.
We analyze a wireless communication system with multiple relays operating in an interference-limited setting. Analytical results derived for different interferer placement show that the temporal and spatial characteristics of the interference have significant impact on the system performance.