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Development of Communication Joint Tools for Implementing a Legacy-line Communication System in a Train
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 Title & Authors
Development of Communication Joint Tools for Implementing a Legacy-line Communication System in a Train
Kim, Hyun Sik; Park, Soo Hoon; Kang, Seog Geun;
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 Abstract
In this paper, a design of communication joint tools to implement a legacy-line communication (LLC) system, which exploits various conductive lines in a train, is presented. We develop two kinds of joint tools; one is a conductive joint tool (CJT) that is connected directly to the conventional lines and the other is the inductive joint tool (IJT) which connects the conventional lines indirectly using electromagnetic induction. As a result, the practical experiment of data communication confirms that an LLC system with the developed joint tools has a transmission rate more than 20 Mbps in the distance of 200 m away. In addition, an environmental durability test shows that the joint tools operate stably in an extreme environmenal variation. It is, therefore, considered that the developed joint tools are very useful to implement a communication network in the train working currently.
 Keywords
Legacy-line communication;power-line communication;communication joint tool;train communication network;data communication;
 Language
Korean
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