In this paper, we study the outage performance of simultaneous wireless information and power transfer (SWIPT)based three-step two-way decode-and-forward (DF) relay networks, where both power-splitting (PS) and “harvest-then forward”are employed. In particular, we derive the expressions of terminal-to-terminal (T2T) and system outage probabilities based on a Gaussian-Chebyshev quadrature approximation, and obtain the T2T and system outage capacities. The effects of various system parameters, e.g., the static power allocation ratio at the relay, symmetric PS, as well as asymmetric PS, on the outage performance of the investigated network are examined.It is shown that our derived expression for T2T outage capacity is more accurate than existing analytical results, and that the asymmetric PS achieves a higher system outage capacity than the symmetric one when the channels between the relay node and the terminal nodes have different statistic gains.
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