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|Title:||Wireless information and power transfer: Architecture design and rate-energy tradeoff||Authors:||Zhou, X.
Simultaneous wireless information and power transfer (SWIPT)
|Issue Date:||Nov-2013||Citation:||Zhou, X., Zhang, R., Ho, C.K. (2013-11). Wireless information and power transfer: Architecture design and rate-energy tradeoff. IEEE Transactions on Communications 61 (11) : 4754-4767. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1109/TCOMM.2013.13.120855||Abstract:||Simultaneous information and power transfer over the wireless channels potentially offers great convenience to mobile users. Yet practical receiver designs impose technical constraints on its hardware realization, as practical circuits for harvesting energy from radio signals are not yet able to decode the carried information directly. To make theoretical progress, we propose a general receiver operation, namely, dynamic power splitting (DPS), which splits the received signal with adjustable power ratio for energy harvesting and information decoding, separately. Three special cases of DPS, namely, time switching (TS), static power splitting (SPS) and on-off power splitting (OPS) are investigated. The TS and SPS schemes can be treated as special cases of OPS. Moreover, we propose two types of practical receiver architectures, namely, separated versus integrated information and energy receivers. The integrated receiver integrates the front-end components of the separated receiver, thus achieving a smaller form factor. The rate-energy tradeoff for the two architectures are characterized by a so-called rate-energy (R-E) region. The optimal transmission strategy is derived to achieve different rate-energy tradeoffs. With receiver circuit power consumption taken into account, it is shown that the OPS scheme is optimal for both receivers. For the ideal case when the receiver circuit does not consume power, the SPS scheme is optimal for both receivers. In addition, we study the performance for the two types of receivers under a realistic system setup that employs practical modulation. Our results provide useful insights to the optimal practical receiver design for simultaneous wireless information and power transfer (SWIPT). © 1972-2012 IEEE.||Source Title:||IEEE Transactions on Communications||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/57823||ISSN:||00906778||DOI:||10.1109/TCOMM.2013.13.120855|
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