Small-cell cellular base stations are going to be used for mmWave and sub-THz communication systems to provide multi-Gbps data rates and reliable coverage to mobile users. This paper analyzes the base station coverage of sub-THz communication systems and the system performance in terms of spectral efficiency through Monte Carlo simulations for both single-cell and multi-cell cases. The simulations are based on realistic channel models derived from outdoor field measurements at 142 GHz in urban microcell (UMi) environments conducted in downtown Brooklyn, New York. The single-cell base station can provide a downlink coverage area with a radius of 200 m and the 7-cell system can provide a downlink coverage area with a radius of 400 m at 142 GHz. Using a 1 GHz downlink bandwidth and 100 MHz uplink bandwidth, the 7-cell system can provide about 4.5 Gbps downlink average data rate and 410 Mbps uplink average data rate at 142 GHz.