Power Beacon Placement for Maximizing Guaranteed Coverage in Bistatic Backscatter Networks

@article{Jia2021PowerBP,
  title={Power Beacon Placement for Maximizing Guaranteed Coverage in Bistatic Backscatter Networks},
  author={Xiaolun Jia and Xiangyun Zhou},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Communications},
  year={2021},
  volume={69},
  pages={7895-7909}
}
  • Xiaolun Jia, Xiangyun Zhou
  • Published 29 January 2021
  • Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics
  • IEEE Transactions on Communications
The bistatic backscatter architecture, with its extended range, enables flexible deployment opportunities for backscatter devices. In this paper, we study the placement of power beacons (PBs) in bistatic backscatter networks to maximize the guaranteed coverage distance (GCD), defined as the distance from the reader within which backscatter devices are able to satisfy a given quality-of-service constraint. This work departs from conventional energy source placement problems by considering the… 

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