36 wsn-3202

Hello, dear OR engineers!

There is a task to build net wsn with 36 x 3202 modules on a COMPACT territory and 9791gtw ~ 70x70meters, is it possible?
(All documents are read, please visit)

Problem is that all modules can 'see' radio signal each other in the small territory while it produces interferences and there is no possibility of separate wsn-routers.
All modules are distributed on a square regular. WSN-9791 is one side of the square on a height of 8 m.

Someone at-ideas? Or maybe sombody can convince me that such system is incorrect? Plan in attachments.
Thanks for any help!

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