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2021

JSTSP Volume 15 Issue 5

Issue on Recent Advances in Automotive Radar Signal Processing

Edge networks offer a promising solution for satisfying the increasing energy and computation needs of user devices with new data intensive services. A mutil-access edge computing (MEC) system with collocated MEC servers and base-stations/access points (BS/AP) has the ability to support multiple users for both data computation and wireless charging. We propose an integrated solution for wireless charging with computation offloading to satisfy the largest feasible proportion of requested wireless charging while keeping the total energy consumption at the minimum, subject to the MEC-AP transmit power and latency constraints. 

This paper investigates an intelligent reflecting surface (IRS) assisted simultaneous wireless information and power transfer (SWIPT) system. Multiple IRSs deployed on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and ground building are considered in the proposed system for enhancing transmission of information and energy simultaneously. The optimization problem is formulated to maximize the average achievable rate over N time slots by jointly optimizing power splitting (PS) ratio, transmit beamforming, phase shifts and trajectories of UAVs.

The papers in this special section focuses on signal processing advances in wireless transmission of power and information. Wireless power transfer (WPT) and wireless information and power transfer (WIPT) have received growing attention in the research community in the past few years. In this special issue, a total of fourteen papers present state-of-the-art results in the broad area of wireless transmission of information and power with a special emphasis on signal processing advances.

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