Full-Duplex Backscatter Interference Networks Based on Time-Hopping Spread Spectrum

@article{Liu2017FullDuplexBI,
  title={Full-Duplex Backscatter Interference Networks Based on Time-Hopping Spread Spectrum},
  author={Wanchun Liu and Kaibin Huang and Xiangyun Zhou and Salman Durrani},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
  year={2017},
  volume={16},
  pages={4361-4377}
}
Future Internet-of-Things (IoT) is expected to wirelessly connect billions of low-complexity devices. For wireless information transfer (IT) in IoT, high density of IoT devices and their ad hoc communication result in strong interference, which acts as a bottleneck on wireless IT. Furthermore, battery replacement for the massive number of IoT devices is difficult if not infeasible, making wireless energy transfer (ET) desirable. This motivates: 1) the design of full-duplex wireless IT to reduce… Expand
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