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[With the step growth of Internet of Things (IoT), energy-constrained wireless devices are deployed throughout our lives. Wireless powered communication network (WPCN) is a promising networking paradigm where wireless devices can be remotely powered by radio frequency (RF) enabled wireless power...
[In a WPCN, the distances between the users and the power beacon (PB) or the information receiver (IR) are different, which results in unfair transmission rates among different users. NOMA, the basic principle of which is that the users can achieve multiple access by exploiting the power domain...
[By exploiting the advantages of the harvest-then-transmit (HTT) mode and the BackCom mode, two schemes that integrating the HTT mode and the BackCom mode are proposed for the WPCN in this chapter, i.e., the hybrid user scheme and the hybrid mode scheme. For the hybrid user scheme, the WPCN...
[In this chapter, a hybrid mode scheme is proposed for a CWPCN. The CWPCN consists of a primary communication system and a secondary communication system, where the cognitive user (CU) can adopt the HTT mode, the AB mode or the BB mode following the proposed hybrid mode scheme. The primary...
[A relay cooperation scheme is proposed for a backscatter communication system (BCS), where the user backscatters incident signals from a carrier emitter (CE) to an IR and a relay simultaneously, and then the relay forwards the user’s information to the IR for throughput improvement. Two cases...
[In this chapter, we present a summary of main ideas of this book and discuss the future research directions about WPCN.]
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