Seminar: Simultaneous Information and Energy Transmission
By Samir M. Perlaza
Thursday Octobre 4 2019 at 14h00 – Salle du Conseil de l’IRCICA
In this talk, a review of recent advancements on simultaneous information and energy transmission (SIET) is presented. More specifically, SIET refers to communication systems in which a set of transmitters aim to simultaneously carry on two tasks: information transmission to a set of information receivers (IRs); and energy transmission to a set of energy harvesters (EHs). The performance of SIET is often measured by the information and energy transmission rates that can be simultaneously achieved under certain reliability constraints, e.g., decoding error probability (DEP) and energy shortage probability (ESP). The fundamental limits of SIET consist of the largest set of information and energy rates that can be simultaneously achieved with bounded DEP and ESP. In general, these fundamental limits are often referred to as the information-energy capacity region. The talk focuses on the study of the information-energy capacity region of three channel models: point-to-point channels, multiple access channels and interference channels.