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Transmission electron microscopy and electron diffraction are used to study the changes in morphology of composite films of poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT) and a methanofullerene derivative (PCBM) in bulk heterojunction solar cells. Thermal annealing produces and stabilizes a nanoscale interpenetrating network with crystalline order for both components. P3HT(More)
Bulk heterojunction photovoltaic devices based on blends of a conjugated polymer poly[2-methoxy-5-(3',7'-dimethyloctyloxy)-1,4-phenylenevinylene] (MDMO-PPV) as electron donor and crystalline ZnO nanoparticles (nc-ZnO) as electron acceptor have been studied. Composite nc-ZnO:MDMO-PPV films were cast from a common solvent mixture. Time-resolved pump-probe(More)
—A dynamic optimization algorithm is proposed for the joint allocation of subframes, resource blocks, and power in the Type 1 inband relaying scheme mandatory in the LTE-Advanced standard. Following the general framework of Lya-punov optimization, we decompose the original problem into three sub-problems in the forms of convex programming, linear(More)
—We present an algorithm to dynamically allocate transmission power to maximize the throughput-utility in an interference-limited network under an instantaneous sum power constraint with time-varying channels. We consider the equivalent problem of maximum admission with queue stability constraint through Lyapunov optimization. The resultant non-convex(More)
—A cross-network cross-layer design method is proposed to exploit the trunking, diversity, and best service assignment gains available in a heterogeneous wireless network (HWN), consisting of orthogonal radio access networks (RANs) and interference-limited RANs. Accounting for traffic-level dynamics and channel fading, we jointly design the distribution(More)
Thermoelectric properties of conjugated polymers are found to improve upon homogeneously distributing conjugated polymer into an insulating supporting matrix. The local one-dimensional charge transport along the interpenetration conductive network simultaneously leads to lower thermal conductivity, higher electrical conductivity without sacrifice of Seebeck(More)
Spectrum sensing is one of the fundamental problems for cognitive radio. In cognitive radio networks, cognitive radios can cooperatively sense the spectrum to detect the presence of primary users with higher sensitivity. This paper proposes distributed consensus algorithms for decision fusion based cooperative spectrum sensing. Both theoretical analysis and(More)
Wideband spectrum sensing is a fundamental problem in cognitive radio networks. In this paper, a wideband spectrum sensing procedure which consists of four steps, i.e., coarse support recovery, fine binary detection, band edges detection and clustering, for modulated wideband converter (MWC) based cognitive radio system at sub-Nyquist rate is proposed.(More)