The probability of capture under a model based on the ratio of the largest received power to the sum of interference powers is examined in the limit of a large number of transmitting stations. It is shown in great generality that the limit depends only on the capture ratio threshold and the roll-off exponent of the distribution of power received from a typical station. This exponent is insensitive to many typical channel effects such as Rician or Rayleigh fading and log-normal shadowing. The model is suitable for large systems with noncoherently combined interference. Index Terms- Direct-sequence spread-spectrum, log-normal shadowing, near-far effect.
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- Electrical and Electronic Engineering