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Phuong T. Tran

Bio: Phuong T. Tran is an academic researcher from Ton Duc Thang University. The author has contributed to research in topics: Relay & Wireless. The author has an hindex of 11, co-authored 62 publications receiving 501 citations. Previous affiliations of Phuong T. Tran include Purdue University & National University of Singapore.


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TL;DR: This research investigates the system performance of a two-way amplify-and-forward energy harvesting relay network over the Rician fading environment and shows that the analytical and the simulation results agree well with each other in all system parameters.
Abstract: We investigate the system performance of a two-way amplify-and-forward (AF) energy harvesting relay network over the Rician fading environment. For details, the delay-limited (DL) and delay-tolerant (DT) transmission modes are proposed and investigated when both energy and information are transferred between the source node and the destination node via a relay node. In the first stage, the analytical expressions of the achievable throughput, ergodic capacity, the outage probability, and symbol error ratio (SER) were proposed, analyzed, and demonstrated. After that, the closed-form expressions for the system performance are studied in connection with all system parameters. Moreover, the analytical results are also demonstrated by Monte Carlo simulation in comparison with the closed-form expressions. Finally, the research results show that the analytical and the simulation results agree well with each other in all system parameters.

61 citations

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01 Mar 2019
TL;DR: Two relay selection methods to enhance system outage performance for energy harvesting (EH) based two-way relaying protocols in wireless adhoc networks are proposed and exact and asymptotic expressions of the system outage probability (SOP) for the proposed protocols over block Rayleigh fading channels are derived.
Abstract: In this paper, we propose two relay selection methods to enhance system outage performance for energy harvesting (EH) based two-way relaying protocols in wireless adhoc networks. In the proposed protocol, two source nodes communicate with each other via the assistance of multiple decode-and-forward (DF) relays using three-phase digital network coding. At the first and second phases, two sources broadcast their data to the relays. Employing a power-splitting model, the relays would harvest energy from radio frequency (RF) signals of the sources to transmit the data at the third phase. We propose a simple partial relay selection (PRS) method and an opportunistic relay selection (ORS) method to enhance the reliability of data transmission at the cooperative phase. For performance evaluation, we derive exact and asymptotic expressions of the system outage probability (SOP) for the proposed protocols over block Rayleigh fading channels. Finally, Monte Carlo simulations are presented to verify the theoretical derivations as well as to compare the performance of the proposed protocols with that of the random relay selection protocol.

60 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a critical review of scientific articles, published from January 2020 to December 2020 across the globe, is presented to provide further insights into air quality, and the policy implications of their review in the context of global air quality improvement.

56 citations

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TL;DR: The physical, chemical, toxicological and radiative properties of BB-derived PM are discussed, and policies needed to prevent future BB events in the SEA region are highlighted.

54 citations

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01 Jun 2018-Sensors
TL;DR: A rigorous analysis of the performance of time-switching energy harvesting strategy for a half-duplex bidirectional wireless sensor network with intermediate relay over a Rician fading channel is presented to provide the exact-form expressions of the outage probability, achievable throughput and the symbol-error-rate (SER) of the system under the hardware impairment condition.
Abstract: In this paper, a rigorous analysis of the performance of time-switching energy harvesting strategy that is applied for a half-duplex bidirectional wireless sensor network with intermediate relay over a Rician fading channel is presented to provide the exact-form expressions of the outage probability, achievable throughput and the symbol-error-rate (SER) of the system under the hardware impairment condition. Using the proposed probabilistic models for wireless channels between mobile nodes as well as for the hardware noises, we derive the outage probability of the system, and then the throughput and SER can be obtained as a result. Both exact analysis and asymptotic analysis at high signal-power-to-noise-ratio regime are provided. Monte Carlo simulation is also conducted to verify the analysis. This work confirms the effectiveness of energy harvesting applied in wireless sensor networks over a Rician fading channel, and can provide an insightful understanding about the effect of various parameters on the system performance.

48 citations


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TL;DR: This work reviews recently proposed solutions in over explored and under explored areas in D2D, and provides new insights on open issues in these areas and discusses potential future research directions.
Abstract: Device-to-Device (D2D) communication has emerged as a promising technology for optimizing spectral efficiency in future cellular networks. D2D takes advantage of the proximity of communicating devices for efficient utilization of available resources, improving data rates, reducing latency, and increasing system capacity. The research community is actively investigating the D2D paradigm to realize its full potential and enable its smooth integration into the future cellular system architecture. Existing surveys on this paradigm largely focus on interference and resource management. We review recently proposed solutions in over explored and under explored areas in D2D. These solutions include protocols, algorithms, and architectures in D2D. Furthermore, we provide new insights on open issues in these areas. Finally, we discuss potential future research directions.

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors derived the probability density function (PDF) and cumulative distribution function (CDF) of the minimum of two non-central Chi-square random variables with two degrees of freedom in terms of power series.
Abstract: In this letter, we derive the probability density function (PDF) and cumulative distribution function (CDF) of the minimum of two non-central Chi-square random variables with two degrees of freedom in terms of power series. With the help of the derived PDF and CDF, we obtain the exact ergodic capacity of the following adaptive protocols in a decode-and-forward (DF) cooperative system over dissimilar Rician fading channels: (i) constant power with optimal rate adaptation; (ii) optimal simultaneous power and rate adaptation; (iii) channel inversion with fixed rate. By using the analytical expressions of the capacity, it is observed that the optimal power and rate adaptation provides better capacity than the optimal rate adaptation with constant power from low to moderate signal-to-noise ratio values over dissimilar Rician fading channels. Despite low complexity, the channel inversion based adaptive transmission is shown to suffer from significant loss in capacity as compared to the other adaptive transmission based techniques over DF Rician channels.

107 citations