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The Operation Conditions of Domestic Railway Wireless Communication Network and Those Technical Trends
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 Title & Authors
The Operation Conditions of Domestic Railway Wireless Communication Network and Those Technical Trends
Kim, Bum-Gon;
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 Abstract
As well as to operate a high-speed rail, our country with capability to produce high-speed train has developed a number of techniques, such as for a riding comfort improvement, automatic diagnosis for major electrical or mechanical parts, on board measurement for catenary systems and noise reduction of running rolling-stocks are still under development. In this paper, we describe the current status of operation technologies not only traditional railway wireless communication systems but also Long Term Evolution systems which would be deployed as soon as possible, like as in Europe, China and the United States. In addition, we produced the domestic wireless communication networks for railway which KORAIL Corp. has been operating and the schemes and the plans of HSR field test for the fourth generation mobile communication which should be enforced by national research and development.
 Keywords
High Speed Rail;Railway Communication;Wireless Communication;Long Term Evolution(LTE);
 Language
Korean
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