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Title: High-Speed Railway Communications: From GSM-R to LTE-R
Authors: Ruisi He;Bo Ai;Gongpu Wang;Ke Guan;Zhangdui Zhong;Andreas F. Molisch;Cesar Briso-Rodriguez;Claude P. Oestges
subject: voice-centric second generation system|real-time multimedia information|passenger safety|Long Term Evolution|LTE-R|GSM-railway technology|HSR|high-speed railway communication|next-generation railway dedicated communication system|investment technology|GSM-R|fourth-generation broadband system|Global System for Mobile Communication|rail service quality improvement|communication system
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: High-speed railways (HSRs) improve the quality of rail services, yield greater customer satisfaction, and help to create socioeconomically balanced societies [1]. This highly efficient transport mode creates significant challenges in terms of investment, technology, industry, and environment. To handle increasing traffic, ensure passenger safety, and provide real-time multimedia information, a new communication system for HSR is required. In the last decade, public networks have been evolving from voice-centric second-generation systems, e.g., Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) with limited capabilities, to fourth-generation (4G) broad-band systems that offer higher data rates, e.g., long-term evolution (LTE). It is thus relevant for HSR to replace the current GSM-railway (GSM-R) technology with the next-generation railway-dedicated communication system providing improved capacity and capability.
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ISSN: 1556-6072
volume: 11
issue: 3
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Title: High-Speed Railway Communications: From GSM-R to LTE-R
Authors: Ruisi He;Bo Ai;Gongpu Wang;Ke Guan;Zhangdui Zhong;Andreas F. Molisch;Cesar Briso-Rodriguez;Claude P. Oestges
subject: voice-centric second generation system|real-time multimedia information|passenger safety|Long Term Evolution|LTE-R|GSM-railway technology|HSR|high-speed railway communication|next-generation railway dedicated communication system|investment technology|GSM-R|fourth-generation broadband system|Global System for Mobile Communication|rail service quality improvement|communication system
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: High-speed railways (HSRs) improve the quality of rail services, yield greater customer satisfaction, and help to create socioeconomically balanced societies [1]. This highly efficient transport mode creates significant challenges in terms of investment, technology, industry, and environment. To handle increasing traffic, ensure passenger safety, and provide real-time multimedia information, a new communication system for HSR is required. In the last decade, public networks have been evolving from voice-centric second-generation systems, e.g., Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) with limited capabilities, to fourth-generation (4G) broad-band systems that offer higher data rates, e.g., long-term evolution (LTE). It is thus relevant for HSR to replace the current GSM-railway (GSM-R) technology with the next-generation railway-dedicated communication system providing improved capacity and capability.
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/139356
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/607238
ISSN: 1556-6072
volume: 11
issue: 3
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: High-Speed Railway Communications: From GSM-R to LTE-R
Authors: Ruisi He;Bo Ai;Gongpu Wang;Ke Guan;Zhangdui Zhong;Andreas F. Molisch;Cesar Briso-Rodriguez;Claude P. Oestges
subject: voice-centric second generation system|real-time multimedia information|passenger safety|Long Term Evolution|LTE-R|GSM-railway technology|HSR|high-speed railway communication|next-generation railway dedicated communication system|investment technology|GSM-R|fourth-generation broadband system|Global System for Mobile Communication|rail service quality improvement|communication system
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: High-speed railways (HSRs) improve the quality of rail services, yield greater customer satisfaction, and help to create socioeconomically balanced societies [1]. This highly efficient transport mode creates significant challenges in terms of investment, technology, industry, and environment. To handle increasing traffic, ensure passenger safety, and provide real-time multimedia information, a new communication system for HSR is required. In the last decade, public networks have been evolving from voice-centric second-generation systems, e.g., Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) with limited capabilities, to fourth-generation (4G) broad-band systems that offer higher data rates, e.g., long-term evolution (LTE). It is thus relevant for HSR to replace the current GSM-railway (GSM-R) technology with the next-generation railway-dedicated communication system providing improved capacity and capability.
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/139356
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/607238
ISSN: 1556-6072
volume: 11
issue: 3
Appears in Collections:2016

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