Optimal Cooperation Strategy in Cognitive
Radio Systems with Energy Harvesting
Abstract— Optimal Cooperation Strategy in Cognitive Radio Systems with Energy Harvesting. The excessive energy consumption in wireless communication systems has been increasingly critical, and environmental and ﬁnancial considerations have motivated a trend in wireless communication technologies to resort to renewable energy sources. Energy harvesting is considered as a promising solution to alleviate such issues and has received extensive attentions. In this paper, we consider a cognitive radio system with one primary user (PU) and one secondary user < Final Year Projects 2016 > SU and both of their transmitters operate in time-slotted mode. The SU, which harvests energy exclusively from ambient radio signal, follows a save-then-transmit protocol. In such a scenario, we investigate the SU’s optimal cooperation strategy, namely, the optimal decision (to cooperate with the PU or not) and the optimal action (to spend how much time on energy harvesting and to allocate how much power for cooperative relay).
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