Title: Multihop multibranch relaying with energy harvesting and adaptive transmit power for cognitive radio networks
Authors: Nadhir Ben Halima; Hatem Boujemâa
Addresses: College of Computer Science and Engineering in Yanbu, Taibah University, Madinah, 42353, Saudi Arabia ' Higher School of Communications of Tunis, COSIM Research Laboratory, Route de Raoued Km 3.5, 2083, El Ghazala, Ariana, Tunisia
Abstract: This paper provides the packet error probability (PEP) and throughput of cognitive radio networks (CRN) with energy harvesting (EH) and adaptive transmit power (ATP). Multihop multibranch relaying is considered and only the best amplify and forward (AF) branch is activated. Our analysis is valid forEHsystem using harvested energy from radio frequency (RF) signals. The powers of secondary nodes are adaptive so that interference to primary receiver PR is lower than interference threshold I. We also choose the harvesting duration to enhanced the end-to-end (e2e) throughput.
Keywords: CRN; cognitive radio networks; energy harvesting; adaptive power; multihop multibranch relaying.
International Journal of Sensor Networks, 2019 Vol.31 No.2, pp.111 - 118
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