Optimal Packet Scheduling on an Energy Harvesting Broadcast Link

@article{Antepli2010OptimalPS,
  title={Optimal Packet Scheduling on an Energy Harvesting Broadcast Link},
  author={Mehmet Akif Antepli and Elif Uysal-Biyikoglu and Hakan Erkal},
  journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications},
  year={2010},
  volume={29},
  pages={1721-1731}
}
The minimization of transmission completion time for a given number of bits per user in an energy harvesting communication system, where energy harvesting instants are known in an offline manner is considered. An achievable rate region with structural properties satisfied by the 2-user AWGN Broadcast Channel capacity region is assumed. It is shown that even though all data are available at the beginning, a non-negative amount of energy from each energy harvest is deferred for later use such… CONTINUE READING

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