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.
A protocol for the selection of relay devices operating in the data link layer of wireless networks was proposed, specified, and evaluated. It is now being tested in a vehicular environment.
Different communication protocols for relay selection in wireless networks have been modeled using Markov chains in order to analyze and compare their performance.