On renewable sensor networks with wireless energy transfer

@article{Shi2011OnRS,
  title={On renewable sensor networks with wireless energy transfer},
  author={Yi Shi and Liguang Xie and Yiwei Thomas Hou and Hanif D. Sherali},
  journal={2011 Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM},
  year={2011},
  pages={1350-1358}
}
Traditional wireless sensor networks are constrained by limited battery energy. Thus, finite network lifetime is widely regarded as a fundamental performance bottleneck. Recent breakthrough in the area of wireless energy transfer offers the potential of removing such performance bottleneck, i.e., allowing a sensor network remain operational forever. In this paper, we investigate the operation of a sensor network under this new enabling energy transfer technology. We consider the scenario of a… CONTINUE READING

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