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Field Test of High-Speed Transponder System for Rail Transport
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Field Test of High-Speed Transponder System for Rail Transport
Park, Sungsoo; Kim, Seong Jin; Lee, Jae-Ho;
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In order to detect the exact position of high-speed train, it is necessary to obtain location information from the transponder tag installed along the track. When the transponder tag receives the energizing signal from the train, it sends a telegram to the reader, which includes location information. In high-speed railway environment, this telegram can be corrupted by electromagnetic interference caused by onboard electric train power equipments or wayside devices. In order to assess the performance of transponder system under this harsh environment, we carried out field test using HEMU-430X. Field test results are briefly introduced and discussed for the evaluation of the transponder system under development.
Transponder;Field test;HEMU-430X;High-speed train;
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H. Kim, S. Park, Y. Yang, S. Lee, K. Youm, J. Lee, "Study on Environmental Resistance of Railway Transponder Tag for Wayside Installation," The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers, Vol. 64, No. 6, pp. 948-953, June 2015. crossref(new window)

S. Park, J. Lee, S. Kim, H. Kim, H. Seo, "Test Result of Railway Transponder System with HEMU-430X," Proceedings of KSPE 2015 Spring Conference, pp. 1188-1188, May 2015.

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