Simple wireless communication systems have a number of assumptions regarding interference manipulation. Simple wireless communication systems consist of the peer-to-peer link in which only one transmission transmission is allowed in an active moment. Orthogonal multiple access schemes such as time division, frequency division, space division and carrier sensing multiple access systems are part of simple communication systems because all of those accesses allow one active link in a transmission moment.

For the simple communication systems, it has been revealed that the throughput performance of effectively designed practical systems is unbelievably close to the theoretical bound provided by the Shannon theory.