For a point-to-point communication system generating its power via energy harvesting (EH), we derive the asymptotically optimal power allocation which optimizes a general utility function when the number of transmitted codewords N and the battery capacity Bmax satisfy N → ∞ and B max → ∞. The considered family of utility functions is general enough to include the most important performance measurements in communication theory such as ergodic rate, outage probability, average signal-to-noise ratio, etc. The discovered solution is very simple. Namely, the optimal power allocation for the EH system is identical to the optimal power allocation of an equivalent non-EH communication system with infinite available energy, under the constraint that both systems use identical average transmit powers. Although the proposed solution is asymptotic, it is applicable to EH systems transmitting a large but finite number of codewords and having a battery capacity much larger than the average harvested power and/or the maximum average transmit power.
|Title of host publication||GLOBECOM 2013 - 2013 IEEE Global Communications Conference|
|Subtitle of host publication||Atlanta, Georgia, USA; 9-13 December 2013|
|Place of Publication||Piscataway NJ USA|
|Publisher||IEEE, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
|Event||IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference 2013 - Hilton Atlanta, Atlanta, United States of America|
Duration: 9 Dec 2013 → 13 Dec 2013
Conference number: 56th
|Workshop||IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference 2013|
|Abbreviated title||IEEE GLOBECOM 2013|
|Country||United States of America|
|Period||9/12/13 → 13/12/13|
|Other||Symposium held at IEEE Global Communications Conference 2013|
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