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Optimal Transmission Policy in Decoupled RF Energy Harvesting Networks
Yu Min HWANG Jun Hee JUNG Yoan SHIN Jin Young KIM Dong In KIM
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 2018/02/01
Online ISSN: 1745-1337
Type of Manuscript: LETTER
Category: Digital Signal Processing
radio frequency energy harvesting, doubly near-far problem, energy efficiency, optimization, resource allocation,
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In this letter, we study a scenario based on decoupled RF energy harvesting networks (DRF-EHNs) that separate energy sources from information sources to overcome the doubly near-far problem and improve harvesting efficiency. We propose an algorithm to maximize energy efficiency (EE) while satisfying constraints on the maximum transmit power of the hybrid access point (H-AP) and power beacon (PB), while further satisfying constraints on the minimum quality of service and minimum amount of harvested power in multi-user Rayleigh fading channel. Using nonlinear fractional programming and Lagrangian dual decomposition, we optimize EE with four optimization arguments: the transmit power from the H-AP and PB, time-splitting ratio, and power-splitting ratio. Numerical results show that the proposed algorithm is more energy-efficient compared to baseline schemes.