Many study have been conducted highly regarding for Molecular Communication via Diffusion (MCvD) to contribute to the developments in the field of nano-technology. In this study, a new MC model by using the point transmitter and spherical receiver that can be used in nano-scale systems was developed and analyzed in terms of communication performance using the Monte Carlo simulations. The carrier particles that is used to convey information between transmitter and receiver consist of biological components such as DNA and protein components. The proposed MC model that can possibly be used in nano-scale systems is analyzed in terms of channel performance of communication such as diffusion constant. The number of received molecules and signal to interference ratio (SIR) are analyzed by using physical definition of the Fick’s second low. Finally it is obtained that the probability of a molecule reception of the receiver and SIR value increase with increasing Diffusion constant for the proposed MC model.
Diffusion constant, molecular communication, signal to interference