Coverage Prediction of an AP by using SINR Analysis and Users Density Estimation

Twahir Kazema, Kisangiri Michael, Dina Machuve


In W-LANs a single hop is all that is necessary or in fact acceptable. The region of connectivity around a given source is known as its coverage area. Commonly, a source and a destination may communicate using one or more intermediate relays, in which case a path through the network must be found where each hop has a SINR greater than ß. There are several ways to portray and quantify network connectivity, but at the core, they all require that individual pairs be are able to communicate, which is dictated by the SINR. This paper is going to take a survey on AP coverage based on interference analysis (within a cell for connected nodes) and user density estimation but also it will try to determine the radial distance where the far distance user is tolerable to interfere with a near user (Near far effect) to the AP in perspective of received signal strength and channel fading.

Keywords: SINR, users’ density, ß, coverage



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