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Technical comparison of communication equipment of high speed railways between Japan and Europe. Tsushin setsubi ni okeru Nichio no gijutsu hikaku (kosoku tetsudo)

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Abstract

This paper compares and explains pieces of communication equipment in high-speed railways in Japan and Europe. The Shinkansen railways in Japan adopted a train wireless communication of the LCX system in 400-MHz band (partly a spatial wave system) that is used for orders, business operations, and public telephone lines, as well as data communications. Almost all of the European countries use the UIC system train wireless communication (the UIC Standard specifies the operation methods, criteria for communication quality assurance, frequency allocation plans, wireless line control systems, and control signals). This paper summarizes the systems adopted in Japan and Europe by the following items: order telephones, data communications, on-board public telephone service, measures against tunnel interference, track-side transmission cabling facilities, and seat reservation systems. The paper indicates that the communication facilities in the Shinkansen railways are distinguished from those for the conventional railway services to meet the requirement of high-speed and large-number conveyance, while the communication facilities in the European high-speed railways are interchangeable with those for the conventional railway lines. 7 figs., 1 tab.
Authors:
Sasaki, S [1] 
  1. Railway Technology Research Institute, Tokyo (Japan)
Publication Date:
Apr 12, 1994
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
NEDO-94-912251; EDB-94-166494
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Denki Zasshi Ohm; (Japan); Journal Volume: 81:4
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; 99 GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS//MATHEMATICS, COMPUTING, AND INFORMATION SCIENCE; COMMUNICATIONS; COMPARATIVE EVALUATIONS; DATA TRANSMISSION; EUROPE; JAPAN; TELEPHONES; ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT; RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEMS; ALLOCATIONS; CONTROL SYSTEMS; FREQUENCY RANGE; INTERCHANGEABILITY; MASS TRANSIT SYSTEMS; MHZ RANGE 100-1000; OCCUPANTS; RADIO EQUIPMENT; TRAINS; TUNNELS; ASIA; DEVELOPED COUNTRIES; EQUIPMENT; EVALUATION; MHZ RANGE; TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS; UNDERGROUND FACILITIES; VEHICLES; 320202* - Energy Conservation, Consumption, & Utilization- Transportation- Railway; 990300 - Information Handling
OSTI ID:
7002093
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0386-5576; CODEN: DZAOAE
Submitting Site:
NEDO
Size:
Pages: 57-63
Announcement Date:
Dec 15, 1994

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Citation Formats

Sasaki, S. Technical comparison of communication equipment of high speed railways between Japan and Europe. Tsushin setsubi ni okeru Nichio no gijutsu hikaku (kosoku tetsudo). Japan: N. p., 1994. Web.
Sasaki, S. Technical comparison of communication equipment of high speed railways between Japan and Europe. Tsushin setsubi ni okeru Nichio no gijutsu hikaku (kosoku tetsudo). Japan.
Sasaki, S. 1994. "Technical comparison of communication equipment of high speed railways between Japan and Europe. Tsushin setsubi ni okeru Nichio no gijutsu hikaku (kosoku tetsudo)." Japan.
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title = {Technical comparison of communication equipment of high speed railways between Japan and Europe. Tsushin setsubi ni okeru Nichio no gijutsu hikaku (kosoku tetsudo)}
author = {Sasaki, S}
abstractNote = {This paper compares and explains pieces of communication equipment in high-speed railways in Japan and Europe. The Shinkansen railways in Japan adopted a train wireless communication of the LCX system in 400-MHz band (partly a spatial wave system) that is used for orders, business operations, and public telephone lines, as well as data communications. Almost all of the European countries use the UIC system train wireless communication (the UIC Standard specifies the operation methods, criteria for communication quality assurance, frequency allocation plans, wireless line control systems, and control signals). This paper summarizes the systems adopted in Japan and Europe by the following items: order telephones, data communications, on-board public telephone service, measures against tunnel interference, track-side transmission cabling facilities, and seat reservation systems. The paper indicates that the communication facilities in the Shinkansen railways are distinguished from those for the conventional railway services to meet the requirement of high-speed and large-number conveyance, while the communication facilities in the European high-speed railways are interchangeable with those for the conventional railway lines. 7 figs., 1 tab.}
journal = {Denki Zasshi Ohm; (Japan)}
volume = {81:4}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Japan}
year = {1994}
month = {Apr}
}