https://imt.hal.science/hal-01826682Ghatak, GourabGourabGhatakLTCI - Laboratoire Traitement et Communication de l'Information - IMT - Institut Mines-Télécom [Paris] - Télécom Parisde Domenico, AntonioAntoniode DomenicoCoupechoux, MarceauMarceauCoupechouxLTCI - Laboratoire Traitement et Communication de l'Information - IMT - Institut Mines-Télécom [Paris] - Télécom ParisAccurate Characterization of Dynamic Cell Load in Noise-Limited Random Cellular NetworksHAL CCSD2018[INFO.INFO-NI] Computer Science [cs]/Networking and Internet Architecture [cs.NI]Télécom Paristech, Admin2018-06-29 16:24:002023-02-28 15:36:242018-07-05 10:47:22enConference papersapplication/pdf1<p>The analyses of cellular network performance based on stochastic geometry generally ignore the traffic dynamics in the network. This restricts the proper evaluation and di- mensioning of the network from the perspective of a mobile operator. To address the effect of dynamic traffic, recently, the mean cell approach has been introduced, which approximates the average network load by the zero cell load. However, this is not a realistic characterization of the network load, since a zero cell is statistically larger than a random cell drawn from the population of cells, i.e., a typical cell. In this paper, we analyze the load of a noise-limited network characterized by high signal to noise ratio (SNR). The noise-limited assumption can be applied to a variety of scenarios, e.g., millimeter wave networks with efficient interference management mechanisms. First, we provide an analytical framework to obtain the cumulative density function of the load of the typical cell. Then, we obtain two approximations of the average load of the typical cell. We show that our study provides a more realistic characterization of the average load of the network as compared to the mean cell approach. Moreover, the prescribed closed form approximation is more tractable than the mean cell approach.</p>