This is a skeleton file to create IEEE style Bibliography list. There is a guide added "create-manual-bib-entry.txt" to manually create popular types of references such as PhD thesis, website, unpublished work etc.
Modified by K. Reaz( email@example.com)
Submission format for the International Microwave Symposium (MTT IMS 2014). Authors are invited to submit technical papers describing original work on radio-frequency, microwave, millimeter-wave, and terahertz (THz) theory and techniques.
The deadline for submission is 9 December 2013.
The IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine (MCE) is the award-winning flagship magazine of the IEEE Consumer Technology Society (CTSoc) IEEE (https://ctsoc.ieee.org/publications/ieee-consumer-electronics-magazine.html). The magazine is published on a bimonthly basis and features a range of topical content on state-of-art consumer electronics systems, services and devices and associated technologies. Following is the persistent link of IEEE-MCE at the IEEEXplore:
This is a LaTeX template for preparing documents for IEEE Sponsored Conferences and Symposia. It was submitted by an author writing for the 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC’14). The various components of your paper [title, text, heads, etc.] are already defined on the style sheet, as illustrated by the portions given in this document.
How to conceal objects from electromagnetic radiation has been a hot research topic. Radar is an object detection system that uses Radio waves to determine the range , angle, or velocity. A radar transmit radio waves or microwaves that reflect from any object in their path. A receive radar is typically the same system as transmit radar, receives and processes these reflected wave to determine properties of object. Different organizations are working onto hide object from the radar in outer space. Any confidential object can be taken through space without being detected by the enemies. This calls for necessity of devising new method to conceal an object electromagnetically.
Simultaneous information and energy transfer (SIET) is attracting much attention as an effective method to provide green energy supply for mobiles. However, low power level of harvested energy from RF spectrum limits application of this technique. Thanks to improvement of sensitivity and efficiency of RF energy harvesting circuit as well as dense deployment of small cell base stations, SIET becomes more practical. In this paper, we propose a unified receiver model for SIET in LTE-A small cell base station networks, formulate a feasibility problem with Poisson point process model and analyze the feasibility for a special and practical scenario. The results show that it is feasible for mobiles to charge the secondary battery with harvested energy from BSs, but it is still impractical to directly charge the primary battery or operate without any battery at all.
This demo file is intended to serve as a "starter file'' for IEEE ITherm conference papers produced under LaTeX.
This is one of a number of templates using the IEEE style that are available on Overleaf to help you get started - use the tags below to find more.