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 Title & Authors
Parallel Descrambling of Transponder Telegram for High-Speed Train
Kwon, Soon-Hee; Park, Sungsoo; Shin, Dong-Joon; Lee, Jae-Ho; Ko, Kyeongjun;
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 Abstract
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. In this paper, we proposed parallel descrambling scheme for high-speed railway transponder system, which aims for reducing the processing time required to decode telegram. Since a telegram is stored in a tag after information bits are scrambled by an encoder, decoding procedure includes descrambling of received telegram to recover the original information bits. By analyzing the structure of the descrambling shift register circuit, we proposed a parallel descrambling scheme for fast decoding of telegram. By comparing the required number of clocks, it is shown that the proposed scheme significantly outperforms the original one.
 Keywords
Transponder;Eurobalise;Telegram;Descrambling;Parallel Processing;
 Language
Korean
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