The Analysis of Open Transmission Standards in Railway Control and Management
The paper deals with problems of delays, queues, interferences and interrupts in open radio transmission standards (GPS, GSM-R) applied in railway control and management systems including Advanced Train Control/Protection\. These systems apply the wireless networks transmitting the signal between different dissipated objects and safety transmission standards require such time related analysis based on mathematical methods (Markov processes).
KeywordsOpen transmission standards Safety Transmission in Railway Control and Management Systems Markov Process and Time Analysis
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