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Considering a dense small-cell network with simultaneous wireless information and power transfer (SWIPT), this work jointly designs transmit beamformers at the base stations (BSs) and receive power splitting ratios at the users (UEs). Our objectives is to maximize the minimum UE signal-to-interference-plus-noise-ratio (SINR) under BS transmit power and UE minimum harvested energy constraints. This problem is highly nonconvex, for which semidefinite programming (SDP) relaxation may even fail to locate a feasible solution.

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This paper considers an optimal artificial noise (AN)-aided transmit design for multi-user MISO systems in the eyes of service integration. Specifically, we combine two sorts of services, and serve them simultaneously: one multicast message intended for all receivers and one confidential message intended for only one receiver. The confidential message is kept perfectly secure from all the unauthorized receivers.

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These slides are about the mean-squared error (MSE) characterization of the direction of arrival (DOA) estimation. Also, we study the effect of MSE of DOA estimation on the achievable rate of the Massive MIMO system

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