What is the right model for wireless channel interference?
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, no. 5 (2009)
In a wireline network, nodes form links with only those nodes they are wired to, and the links do not interfere with one another. In contrast, in a wireless network, signal transmissions are intrinsically broadcast, and suffer from mutual interference. In several physical layer technologies, a wireless signal is decoded by treating the su...更多
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