The following is a simple example of the analysis using the same parameters as the simulation in the next section. The parameters required are:
From the equations in the previous section, we can develop an analytical solution for the remaining parameters. Using basic probability the integral of Equation 5 should be one. Also, is an exponential approximation of Equation 4, which can be found by taking the integral of the difference of from Equation 4 and and setting the result to zero,
This provides two equations and two unknowns which provide the solution for and . These values can be used to determine the which can then be used in our extension of  as discussed previously. In the graph of shown in Figures 4, it appears that there will be a high probability of blocking, since . This is compared with an arrival rate of 0.01 calls/sec/unit area in Figure 5, which has a maximum at one channel per station, and a lower blocking probability.
Figure 4: Channel Usage Prob. Density Function for 0.6 Call/Sec.
Figure 5: Channel Usage Prob. Density Function for 0.01 Call/Sec.
Figures 4 and 5 are in agreement with the simulation results in Figures 7 and 8 as additional verification.