Where does the number 3.5 come from? Is it dependent on the path loss exponent?
No, This value does not depend on the path loss exponent. it comes from the area distribution of Voronoi tessellation derived in “On the size distribution of Poisson Voronoi cells, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, vol. 385, pp. 518 – 526, Nov. 2007.”
Can you give an intuition, where the differences between the analysis and the simulations come from?
area distribution of Voronoi tessellation used for providing inactive probability of base stations is just an approximation, and its difference with actual distribution is one of the main reason for difference between analysis and simulation.
Why do you use noise power equal to 0 and how would realistic noise impact your results?
This assumption is just for simplification of the analytical expressions and the nonzero does not influence the results.

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