Towards fundamental limits of bursty multi-user communications in wireless networks

Abstract : Considering an isolated wireless cell containing a high density of nodes, the fundamental limit can be defined as the maximal number of nodes the associate base station can serve under some system level constraints including maximal rate, reliability, latency and transmission power. This limit can be investigated in the downlink, modeled as a spatial continuum broadast channel (SCBC) as well as in the uplink modeled as a spatial continuum multiple access channel (SCMAC). In this short paper, we summarize the different steps towards the characterization of this fundamental limit, considering four figures of merit: energy efficiency, spectral efficiency, latency, reliabilty.
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Jean-Marie Gorce, Philippe Mary, Jean-Marc Kélif. Towards fundamental limits of bursty multi-user communications in wireless networks. WITSME 2017 – The Tenth Workshop on Information Theoretic Methods in Science and Engineering, Sep 2017, Paris, France. ⟨hal-01658933⟩

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