Energy Efficient Beamforming Optimization for Integrated Sensing and Communication

@article{He2022EnergyEB,
  title={Energy Efficient Beamforming Optimization for Integrated Sensing and Communication},
  author={Zhenyao He and Wei Xu and Hong Shen and Yongming Huang and Huahua Xiao},
  journal={IEEE Wireless Communications Letters},
  year={2022},
  volume={11},
  pages={1374-1378}
}
This letter investigates the optimization of beamforming design in a system with integrated sensing and communication (ISAC), where the base station (BS) sends signals for simultaneous multiuser communication and radar sensing. We aim at maximizing the energy efficiency (EE) of the multiuser communication while guaranteeing the sensing requirement in terms of individual radar beampattern gains. The problem is a complicated nonconvex fractional program which is challenging to be solved. By… 

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