Jitendra Singh

Jitendra Singh
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur | IIT Kanpur · Department of Electrical Engineering

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A hybrid transceiver architecture along with the optimal power allocation is conceived for a downlink millimeter wave (mmWave) multi-input multi-output (MIMO) cognitive radio (CR) system operating in the underlay mode. Towards this, the non-convex objective and constraints of the sum spectral ef-ficiency (SE) maximization problem are simplified by...
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In this paper, the newly emerging wireless powered communication network is studied. In doing so, the performance of the global controller (GC) is evaluated, which coordinates the wireless energy transmissions between two sensor nodes. Both the sensors have the same harvested energy for uplink (UL) transmission of information through time-division-...
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In order to solve the critical issues in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), with concern for limited sensor lifetime, nature-inspired algorithms are emerging as a suitable method. Getting optimal network coverage is one of those challenging issues that need to be examined critically before any network setup. Optimal network coverage not only minimize...
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A relay‐based wireless communication model can relay information along with the power bidirectionally using the amplify‐and‐forward scheme. This paper studies such model extensively. Three information and power relaying protocols, that is, time‐based switching relaying, power‐based splitting relaying, and hybrid time switching‐based and power split...
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Three techniques, i.e., PSR, TSR and HTPSR relaying, are used at the relay. All three methods are applied to study the throughput performance of the system. It has been observed that out of these three, HTPSR shows better result followed by PSR and TSR. It has been observed that relay placement has a significant effect on the throughput of the syst...
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Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) found application in many diverse fields, starting from environment monitoring to machine health monitoring. The sensor in WSNs senses information. Sensing and transmitting this information consume most of the energy. Also, this information requires proper processing before final usages. This paper deals with minimis...
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This paper deals with the idea of wireless energy harvesting and energy transfer used to establish communication between devices in a wireless network. Wireless energy harvesting and transfer has proved to be very advantageous in areas like WSN in which this technique not only improve the nodes lifetime but also makes the communication eco-friendly...

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We investigate how the nature inspired intelligence optimization solves the critical issues in wireless communications and WSNs more efficiently.