IJMTES – ANTENNA BASED ON MIMO WIRELESS ENERGY TRANSFER USING RICIAN FADING CHANNEL

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : Jyotisman Saikia | Indira Baruah Gogoi  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 09 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 72-75

Abstract – We present efficient method used to MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) wireless energy transfer using rician fading channel. Monostatic antenna use both receiving and transmitting into multiple energy transmitters (ET) to multiple energy receivers (ERs).The acquisition of the forward-channel state information (F-CSI) is transfer the energy from the ET to ER. The ER received means backscatter –channel state information (B-CSI) used to transfer feedback to the ER to ET. In fading channels with LoS (Line Of Sight) such as Rician channel, the analysis and resource allocation for WET. It is also direct path between energy transmitters to energy receiver and reduces the reflection, diffraction of the signal from the ER. At the ET correlated fading channel used to reduce the poor scattering and sequence energy transfer to ER. Proportional fair energy maximization using Block Co-ordinate Decent based algorithm (BCD). It is used fast transmission and improves the harvested energy from the ER. 

Keywords— MIMO, Rician fading channel, Monostatic antenna, channel estimation, correlated channel, and BCD algorithm

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