Infoscience

Conference paper

Information theoretic upper bounds on the capacity of large extended ad-hoc wireless networks

We derive an information theoretic upper bound on the maximum achievable rate per communication pair in a large extended ad-hoc wireless network. We show that under a reasonably weak assumption on the attenuation due to environment, this rate tends to zero as the number of users gets large.

    Keywords: NCCR-MICS ; NCCR-MICS/CL1

    Reference

    • LTHI-CONF-2006-010

    Record created on 2006-12-15, modified on 2016-08-08

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