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This paper considers aWPCN with WET in the downlink and WITs in the uplink. The system comprises of one half and half access point and K clients (e.g., sensors). It is expected that the cross breed get to point and all client terminals are outfitted with one single reception apparatus each. It is additionally expected that the mixture get to point and every one of the clients work over a similar recurrence band. What’s more, all client terminals are accepted to have no other inserted vitality sources; in this way, the clients need to collect vitality from the got signals communicate by the half breed get to point in the downlink, which is put away in a rechargeable battery and afterward used to control working circuits and transmit data in the uplink. The downlink channel from the half breed get to point to client Ui and the relating switched uplink channel are signified by complex irregular factors ˜hi and ˜gi, separately, with channel control picks up hello there = |˜hi|2 and gi = |˜gi|2. It is accepted that both the downlink and uplink channels are semi static level blurring, where hello there’s and gi’s stay consistent amid each piece transmission time, meant by T, yet can shift starting with one square then onto the next. It is additionally expected that the H-AP knows both hey and gi, I = 1, · , K, consummately toward the start of each piece. The system embraces a collect then-transmit convention. In each square, the principal ?0T measure of time, 0 < ?0 < 1, is doled out to the downlink for the cross breed get to point to communicate remote vitality to all clients, while the rest of the time in a similar piece is appointed to the UL for data transmissions, amid which clients transmit their free data to the crossover get to point by TDMA. The measure of time doled out to client Ui in the UL is signified by ?iT , 0 ? ?i < 1, I = 1, · ·K. Since ?0, ?1, ·, ?K speak to the time partition in each piece allotted to the half and half access point and clients U1, ·, UK for uplink WET and downlink WITs, separately,