Wireless Power Transfer is a promising solution to increase the lifetime of wireless nodes and hence alleviate the energy bottleneck of energy constrained wireless networks. In this Chapter, we discuss two power transfer policies; dual-source and single fixed-source, two bidirectional relaying protocols; multiple access and time division broadcast, and two relay receiver structures; time switching and power splitting, are considered to derive closed-form expressions for the outage and throughput of the network in the context of delay-limited transmission. This framework assists the reader not only to quantify the degradation of outage probability and throughput of the networks due to the impairments of realistic transceiver but also to provide realistic insight into the effect of power transfer policies, relaying protocols and receiver structures on outage and throughput of the networks.
|Title of host publication||Resource Allocation in Next-Generation Broadband Wireless Access Networks|
|Publisher||IGI Global Publishing|
|Number of pages||31|
|ISBN (Print)||1522520236, 9781522520238|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Feb 2017|
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Computer Science(all)