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Stochastic Geometry Analysis of Wireless Backhaul Networks with Beamforming in Roadside Environments
Yuxiang FU Koji YAMAMOTO Yusuke KODA Takayuki NISHIO Masahiro MORIKURA Chun-hsiang HUANG Yushi SHIRATO Naoki KITA
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 2021/01/01
Online ISSN: 1745-1345
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Terrestrial Wireless Communication/Broadcasting Technologies
beamforming, wireless backhaul, stochastic geometry, Poisson point process,
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Stochastic geometry analysis of wireless backhaul networks with beamforming in roadside environments is provided. In particular, a new model to analyze antenna gains, interference, and coverage in roadside environments of wireless networks with Poisson point process deployment of BSs is proposed. The received interference from the BSs with wired backhaul (referred to as anchored BS or A-BS) and the coverage probability of a typical BS are analyzed under different approximations of the location of the serving A-BS and combined antenna gains. Considering the beamforming, the coverage probability based on the aggregate interference consisting of the direct interference from the A-BSs and reflected interference from the BSs with wireless backhaul is also derived.