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—This letter deals with a three-node cooperative network where the relay node harvests energy from radio frequency (RF) radiation. The source node is the only available RF generator and introduces a fundamental switching between energy harvesting and data relaying. A greedy switching (GS) policy where the relay node transmits when its residual energy(More)
Energy harvesting for wireless communication networks is a new paradigm that allows terminals to recharge their batteries from external energy sources in the surrounding environment. A promising energy harvesting technology is wireless power transfer where terminals harvest energy from electromagnetic radiation. Thereby, the energy may be harvested(More)
We consider a multiuser multiple-input single-output interference channel where the receivers are characterized by both quality-of-service (QoS) and radio-frequency (RF) energy harvesting (EH) constraints. We consider the power splitting RF-EH technique where each receiver divides the received signal into two parts a) for information decoding and b) for(More)
—In non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) down-link, multiple data flows are superimposed in the power domain and user decoding is based on successive interference cancellation. NOMA's performance highly depends on the power split among the data flows and the associated power allocation (PA) problem. In this letter, we study NOMA from a fairness standpoint(More)
The Random Neural Network (RNN) is a recurrent neural network model inspired by the spiking behaviour of biological neuronal networks. Contrary to most Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) models, neurons in RNN interact by probabilistically exchanging excitatory and inhibitory spiking signals. The model is described by analytical equations, has a low(More)
—In this paper, we theoretically investigate a new technique for simultaneous information and power transfer (SWIPT) in multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) point-to-point with radio frequency energy harvesting capabilities. The proposed technique exploits the spatial decomposition of the MIMO channel and uses the eigenchannels either to convey information(More)
Large-scale distributed systems, such as natural neuronal and artificial systems, have many local interconnections, but they often also have the ability to propagate information very fast over relatively large distances. Mechanisms that enable such behavior include very long physical signaling paths and possibly saccades of synchronous behavior that may(More)
During emergency response situations, decisions have to be made in a timely manner. Multiple entities have to be optimally coordinated and numerous resources must be allocated efficiently, creating a very interesting and challenging technical problem. In this paper we present a simulation system that models the evacuation of a multi-storey building.(More)
—In this paper, we investigate a low-complexity technique for simultaneous wireless information and energy transfer in multiple-input multiple-output relay channels. The proposed technique exploits the array configuration at the relay node and uses the antenna elements either for conventional decoding or for rectifying (rectennas). In order to keep the(More)