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SMIET: Simultaneous Molecular Information and Energy Transfer. / Guo, Weisi; Deng, Yansha; Yilmaz, H. Birkan ; Farsad, Nariman; Elkashlan, Maged; Eckford, Andrew ; Nallanathan, Arumugam; Chae, Chan-Byoung.

In: IEEE WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS, 2017.

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Guo, W, Deng, Y, Yilmaz, HB, Farsad, N, Elkashlan, M, Eckford, A, Nallanathan, A & Chae, C-B 2017, 'SMIET: Simultaneous Molecular Information and Energy Transfer', IEEE WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS.

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Guo, W., Deng, Y., Yilmaz, H. B., Farsad, N., Elkashlan, M., Eckford, A., Nallanathan, A., & Chae, C-B. (2017). SMIET: Simultaneous Molecular Information and Energy Transfer. IEEE WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS.

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Guo W, Deng Y, Yilmaz HB, Farsad N, Elkashlan M, Eckford A et al. SMIET: Simultaneous Molecular Information and Energy Transfer. IEEE WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS. 2017.

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Guo, Weisi ; Deng, Yansha ; Yilmaz, H. Birkan ; Farsad, Nariman ; Elkashlan, Maged ; Eckford, Andrew ; Nallanathan, Arumugam ; Chae, Chan-Byoung. / SMIET: Simultaneous Molecular Information and Energy Transfer. In: IEEE WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS. 2017.

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title = "SMIET: Simultaneous Molecular Information and Energy Transfer",
abstract = "The performance of communication systems is fundamentally limited by the loss of energy through propagation and circuit inefficiencies. The emergence of Internet of Nano Things ecosystem means there is need to design and build nanoscale energy efficient communication subsystems. In this article, we show that it is possible to achieve ultra low energy communications at the nanoscale, if diffusive molecules are used for carrying data. While the energy of electromagnetic waves will inevitably decays as a function of transmission distance and time, the energy in individual molecules does not. Over time,the receiver has an opportunity to recover some, if not all of the molecular energy transmitted. The article demonstrates the potential of ultra-low energy simultaneous molecular information and energy transfer (SMIET) through point-to-point systems, two different nano-relay systems, and multiple access systems. It also discusses the benefits of crowd energy harvesting compared to traditional wave-based systems.",
author = "Weisi Guo and Yansha Deng and Yilmaz, {H. Birkan} and Nariman Farsad and Maged Elkashlan and Andrew Eckford and Arumugam Nallanathan and Chan-Byoung Chae",
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T1 - SMIET: Simultaneous Molecular Information and Energy Transfer

AU - Guo, Weisi

AU - Deng, Yansha

AU - Yilmaz, H. Birkan

AU - Farsad, Nariman

AU - Elkashlan, Maged

AU - Eckford, Andrew

AU - Nallanathan, Arumugam

AU - Chae, Chan-Byoung

PY - 2017

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N2 - The performance of communication systems is fundamentally limited by the loss of energy through propagation and circuit inefficiencies. The emergence of Internet of Nano Things ecosystem means there is need to design and build nanoscale energy efficient communication subsystems. In this article, we show that it is possible to achieve ultra low energy communications at the nanoscale, if diffusive molecules are used for carrying data. While the energy of electromagnetic waves will inevitably decays as a function of transmission distance and time, the energy in individual molecules does not. Over time,the receiver has an opportunity to recover some, if not all of the molecular energy transmitted. The article demonstrates the potential of ultra-low energy simultaneous molecular information and energy transfer (SMIET) through point-to-point systems, two different nano-relay systems, and multiple access systems. It also discusses the benefits of crowd energy harvesting compared to traditional wave-based systems.

AB - The performance of communication systems is fundamentally limited by the loss of energy through propagation and circuit inefficiencies. The emergence of Internet of Nano Things ecosystem means there is need to design and build nanoscale energy efficient communication subsystems. In this article, we show that it is possible to achieve ultra low energy communications at the nanoscale, if diffusive molecules are used for carrying data. While the energy of electromagnetic waves will inevitably decays as a function of transmission distance and time, the energy in individual molecules does not. Over time,the receiver has an opportunity to recover some, if not all of the molecular energy transmitted. The article demonstrates the potential of ultra-low energy simultaneous molecular information and energy transfer (SMIET) through point-to-point systems, two different nano-relay systems, and multiple access systems. It also discusses the benefits of crowd energy harvesting compared to traditional wave-based systems.

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JO - IEEE WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS

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