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This work introduces the concept of angular distance distributions of the nodes in a Binomial point process-based model for wireless networks. The need for the derivation of these distributions is motivated by the use of high-frequency bands in the mmWave or even in the sub-THz bands. These frequencies are closely related to the beamforming capabilities of the transceivers in wireless networks. Therefore, the directional characteristics of the beams utilized by the communicating nodes, alongdoi:10.1109/access.2022.3173312 fatcat:palw7hsytnfo3kzifrkdtoahci