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The extended abstract template to be used by MEMEC students at IST (Technical University Lisbon)
Original Author: Andre C. Marta
Overleaf Port: Pedro Sá da Costa
Template based of the Extended Abstract of Nuno Enes
Area Cientifica de Mecanica Aplicada Aeroespacial
Departamento de Engenharia Mecanica
Instituto Superior Tecnico
Created: Dec 2, 2011
Modified: Sept 20,2016
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Simultaneous information and energy transfer (SIET) is attracting much attention as an effective method to provide green energy supply for mobiles. However, low power level of harvested energy from RF spectrum limits application of this technique. Thanks to improvement of sensitivity and efficiency of RF energy harvesting circuit as well as dense deployment of small cell base stations, SIET becomes more practical. In this paper, we propose a unified receiver model for SIET in LTE-A small cell base station networks, formulate a feasibility problem with Poisson point process model and analyze the feasibility for a special and practical scenario. The results show that it is feasible for mobiles to charge the secondary battery with harvested energy from BSs, but it is still impractical to directly charge the primary battery or operate without any battery at all.
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