Minimization of Transmission Duration of Data Packets over an Energy Harvesting Fading Channel

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2012-12-01
Ozcelik, F. Mehmet
Uctu, Goksel
Uysal, Elif
The offline problem of transmission completion time minimization for an energy harvesting transmitter under fading is extended to allow packet arrivals during transmission. A method for computing an optimal power and rate allocation (i.e., an optimal offline schedule) is developed and studied.
IEEE COMMUNICATIONS LETTERS

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F. M. Ozcelik, G. Uctu, and E. Uysal, “Minimization of Transmission Duration of Data Packets over an Energy Harvesting Fading Channel,” IEEE COMMUNICATIONS LETTERS, pp. 1968–1971, 2012, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/47711.