Nikola Zlatanov
Nikola Zlatanov
Assistant Professor at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
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Practical non-linear energy harvesting model and resource allocation for SWIPT systems
E Boshkovska, DWK Ng, N Zlatanov, R Schober
IEEE Communications Letters 19 (12), 2082-2085, 2015
4552015
Buffer-aided relaying with adaptive link selection
N Zlatanov, R Schober, P Popovski
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications 31 (8), 1530-1542, 2012
2282012
Robust resource allocation for MIMO wireless powered communication networks based on a non-linear EH model
E Boshkovska, DWK Ng, N Zlatanov, A Koelpin, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Communications 65 (5), 1984-1999, 2017
1882017
Buffer-aided cooperative communications: opportunities and challenges
N Zlatanov, A Ikhlef, T Islam, R Schober
IEEE Communications Magazine 52 (4), 146-153, 2014
1742014
Buffer-aided relaying with adaptive link selection-fixed and mixed rate transmission
N Zlatanov, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 59 (5), 2816 – 2840, 2013
1332013
Power allocation and scheduling for SWIPT systems with non-linear energy harvesting model
E Boshkovska, R Morsi, DWK Ng, R Schober
2016 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), 1-6, 2016
882016
Throughput and diversity gain of buffer-aided relaying
N Zlatanov, R Schober, P Popovski
2011 IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference-GLOBECOM 2011, 1-6, 2011
852011
On the second order statistics of the multihop Rayleigh fading channel
Z Hadzi-Velkov, N Zlatanov, GK Karagiannidis
IEEE Transactions on Communications 57 (6), 1815-1823, 2009
732009
Resource allocation in wireless powered communication networks with non-orthogonal multiple access
H Chingoska, Z Hadzi-Velkov, I Nikoloska, N Zlatanov
IEEE Wireless Communications Letters 5 (6), 684-687, 2016
672016
Level crossing rate and average fade duration of the double Nakagami-m random process and application in MIMO keyhole fading channels
N Zlatanov, Z Hadzi-Velkov, GK Karagiannidis
IEEE Communications Letters 12 (11), 822-824, 2008
672008
Bidirectional buffer-aided relay networks with fixed rate transmission—Part II: Delay-constrained case
V Jamali, N Zlatanov, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 14 (3), 1339-1355, 2014
602014
Multi-objective resource allocation in full-duplex SWIPT systems
S Leng, DWK Ng, N Zlatanov, R Schober
2016 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), 1-7, 2016
442016
Achievable rates for the fading half-duplex single relay selection network using buffer-aided relaying
N Zlatanov, V Jamali, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 14 (8), 4494-4507, 2015
442015
Secure SWIPT networks based on a non-linear energy harvesting model
E Boshkovska, N Zlatanov, L Dai, DWK Ng, R Schober
2017 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference Workshops (WCNCW …, 2017
412017
Multi-objective beamforming for energy-efficient SWIPT systems
S Leng, DWK Ng, N Zlatanov, R Schober
2016 international conference on computing, networking and communications …, 2016
412016
Bidirectional buffer-aided relay networks with fixed rate transmission—Part I: Delay-unconstrained case
V Jamali, N Zlatanov, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 14 (3), 1323-1338, 2014
402014
Buffer-aided half-duplex relaying can outperform ideal full-duplex relaying
N Zlatanov, R Schober
IEEE communications letters 17 (3), 479-482, 2013
372013
Asymptotically optimal power allocation for energy harvesting communication networks
N Zlatanov, R Schober, Z Hadzi-Velkov
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 66 (8), 7286-7301, 2017
352017
Rate maximization of decode-and-forward relaying systems with RF energy harvesting
Z Hadzi-Velkov, N Zlatanov, TQ Duong, R Schober
IEEE Communications Letters 19 (12), 2290-2293, 2015
352015
Achievable rate region of the bidirectional buffer-aided relay channel with block fading
V Jamali, N Zlatanov, A Ikhlef, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 60 (11), 7090-7111, 2014
352014
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