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On the Modeling and Analysis of Heterogeneous Radio Access Networks Using a Poisson Cluster Process
Future mobile networks are visualized as networks that consist of more than one type of base station to cope with rising user demands. Such networks are referred to as heterogeneous networks. There have been various attempts at modeling and optimization of such networks using spatial point processes, some of which are alluded to (later) in this paper. We model a heterogeneous network consisting of two types of base stations by using a particular Poisson cluster process model. The main contributions are two-fold. First, a complete description of the interference in heterogeneous networks is derived in the form of its Laplace functional. Second, using an asymptotic convergence result which was shown in our previous work, we derive the expressions for the mean and variance of the distribution to which the interference converges. The utility of this framework is discussed for both the contributions.
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