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Thanks to its low energy consumption and very long range (up to 50 km in free-space), ultra-narrow-band transmission (UNB) represents a promising alternative to classical technologies used in cellular networks to serve low-throughput wireless sensor networks (WSNs) and the Internet of things (IoT). In UNB, nodes access to the medium by selecting their frequency in a random and continuous way. This randomness leads to new behavior in the interference which has not been theoretically analyzed,doi:10.1007/s10776-017-0361-4 fatcat:kzxfykv2hbbgnduoui23wmhege