Browsing by Subject "Energy harvesting"
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Minimum Length Scheduling for Discrete Rate Based Full Duplex Wireless Powered Communication Networks Authors:
Publisher and Date:(Springer, 2019)In this study, we consider a wireless powered communication network where multiple users with radio frequency energy harvesting capabilities communicate to a hybrid energy and information access point in full duplex mode. We characterize an optimization framework for minimum length scheduling to determine the optimal rate adaptation and transmission scheduling subject to energy causality and traffic demand constraints of the users considering discrete-rate transmission model. We first formulate ...
Publisher and Date:(IEEE, 2020)Radio frequency (RF) energy harvesting is key in attaining perpetual lifetime for time-critical wireless powered communication networks (WPCNs) due to full control on energy transfer, far field region, small and low-cost circuitry. In this paper, we propose a novel minimum length scheduling problem to determine the optimal power control, time allocation and schedule subject to data, energy causality and maximum transmit power constraints in a full-duplex WPCN. We first formulate the problem as a ...