By Émilie Masson, Marion Berbineau
This e-book makes a speciality of the wishes of railway operators when it comes to instant communications, divided in major different types: the economic companies and the operational wishes. Then, all to be had applied sciences that may be used to supply net entry on board trains and the entire different operational functions requiring excessive skill are unique. ultimately, demanding situations and traits in railway telecommunications are highlighted, throughout the presentation of the long run and rising applied sciences, the present discussions and works within the diverse specialists, and the most important demanding situations and medical barriers.
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The levels are defined from the way the track is equipped and the way the information are transmitted to the train: • Level 1: it represents a cab signaling that can be used alone or in conjunction with existing signaling systems. Lineside signals are generally retained and a block 22 1 Railway Operators Needs in Terms of Wireless Communications control is achieved in the conventional manner by the interlocking, based on the information detected by track circuits or axle counters. The system is based on punctual track-to-train communications.
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