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Stochastic Geometry Analysis of Multi-Antenna Wireless Networks
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Stochastic Geometry Analysis of Multi-Antenna Wireless Networks
von: Xianghao Yu, Chang Li, Jun Zhang, Khaled B. Letaief
Springer-Verlag, 2019
ISBN: 9789811358807
188 Seiten, Download: 4351 KB
 
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

  Preface 6  
     Acknowledgements 7  
  Contents 8  
  Acronyms 11  
  1 Introduction 13  
     1.1 The Cellular Network Evolution 13  
     1.2 Paving the Way for 5G Networks 15  
        1.2.1 Ultra-Dense Networks to Increase Spatial Spectrum Reuse 15  
        1.2.2 Multi-Antenna Transmissions for Higher Spectral Efficiency 17  
        1.2.3 Beyond Sub-6 GHz for More Spectrum 18  
        1.2.4 Two Dominant Themes 19  
     1.3 Modeling and Analysis of Wireless Networks 20  
     1.4 Outline of the Monograph 22  
     References 24  
  2 Fundamentals of Wireless Network Analysis 27  
     2.1 Spatial Models of Wireless Networks 27  
        2.1.1 Stochastic Geometry 27  
        2.1.2 Point Processes 28  
        2.1.3 Poisson Network Models 30  
        2.1.4 Examples of Poisson Network Models 33  
     2.2 Network Performance Metrics 36  
     2.3 Interference Distribution in Poisson Wireless Networks 38  
        2.3.1 Sums and Products over Point Processes 38  
        2.3.2 Laplace Transform of Interference Distribution 41  
        2.3.3 Example: Rayleigh Fading 41  
     2.4 Performance Analysis of Single-Antenna Networks 42  
        2.4.1 Cellular Networks 43  
        2.4.2 Ad Hoc Networks 45  
     References 47  
  3 An Analytical Framework for Multi-Antenna Wireless Networks 49  
     3.1 Modeling Multi-Antenna Wireless Networks 49  
        3.1.1 Network Model and Notations 49  
        3.1.2 Signal-to-Interference-Plus-Noise Ratio (SINR) 53  
     3.2 Multi-Antenna Techniques 56  
        3.2.1 Single-User MIMO 56  
        3.2.2 Multiuser MIMO 59  
        3.2.3 Distributions of MIMO Signal Power Gains 61  
     3.3 A General Analytical Framework 62  
        3.3.1 Challenges in Multi-Antenna Network Analysis 62  
        3.3.2 Analytical Framework 67  
        3.3.3 More General Distributions for the Signal Power Gain 74  
        3.3.4 Single-Antenna Versus Multi-Antenna Networks 76  
     3.4 Coverage Analysis of General Multi-Antenna Networks 76  
        3.4.1 Cellular Networks 77  
        3.4.2 Ad Hoc Networks 80  
     3.5 Properties of General Multi-Antenna Networks 82  
        3.5.1 Densification: Impact of BS Density 82  
        3.5.2 MIMO: Impact of Antenna Size 84  
     3.6 Summary 89  
     References 95  
  4 Analysis of Multi-Antenna Wireless Networks 97  
     4.1 Coverage Analysis of MISO Small Cell Networks 97  
        4.1.1 Network Model and Coverage Analysis 98  
        4.1.2 Densification: Impact of BS Density 102  
        4.1.3 MIMO: Impact of Antenna Size 104  
     4.2 Ultra Dense Networks: ASE Versus Densification 105  
     4.3 Green Networking: Energy Efficiency Analysis 108  
        4.3.1 Densification: Impact of BS Density 108  
        4.3.2 MIMO: Impact of Antenna Size 109  
     4.4 New Spectrum: Millimeter-Wave Networks 111  
        4.4.1 Characteristics of Mm-Wave Networks 112  
        4.4.2 Coverage Analysis of Mm-Wave Networks 120  
        4.4.3 Impact of Directional Antenna Arrays 126  
     4.5 Summary 130  
     References 136  
  5 Optimization of Multi-Antenna Wireless Networks 138  
     5.1 Interference Management 138  
        5.1.1 Interference Nulling Techniques 139  
        5.1.2 Network Model and Notations 141  
        5.1.3 Coverage Analysis: The Perfect CSI Case 145  
        5.1.4 Coverage Analysis: The Limited Feedback Case 149  
        5.1.5 Optimization: To Determine the Interference Nulling Range 152  
        5.1.6 Summary 157  
     5.2 ASE and Link Reliability Trade-Off in HetNets 158  
        5.2.1 A General Multi-Antenna HetNet Model 158  
        5.2.2 Coverage Analysis 161  
        5.2.3 ASE and Link Reliability Trade-Off 166  
        5.2.4 Summary 173  
     References 177  
  6 Summary and Discussion 179  
     6.1 Summary 179  
     6.2 Discussion 180  
        6.2.1 More General Network Models 182  
        6.2.2 Newly Emerged Application Scenarios 184  
     References 186  


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