Broadband Wireless Communications for Railway Applications: For Onboard Internet Access and Other Ap

Railway Operators Needs in Terms of Wireless CommunicationsIntroduction to Wireless Communications for Railway ApplicationsContextRailway Communication StandardsHistorical of TCN Needs and SpecificationCurrent Evolution of TCNThe IEC 62580 Standard for Railway Multimedia ApplicationsSafety AspectsDefinitionsApplication to the Railway DomainClassificationsThe Wireless Communication Needs Depending on Intended ApplicationsThe Wireless Communication Needs Depending on ThroughputsThe Wireless Communication Needs Depending on Railway SectorsBasic Architectures for Train-to-Ground Wireless CommunicationsThe Needs for Operational ApplicationsThe Communication and Signaling SystemsThe Different Strategies for Signaling ApplicationsThe Communication SystemsPunctual or Balise-Based Communication SystemsContinuous Communication Systems Using Magnetic CouplingProfessional Mobile Radio (PMR) ApplicationsWireless Local Area Networks (WLAN)The ERTMS SystemETCSGSM-RMonitoring SystemsVideo Surveillance (CCTV)The Needs for Services to PassengersIntroduction to Internet on Board TrainsUser NeedsSummary on Wireless Communications in the Railway DomainReferencesRailway Applications Requiring Broadband Wireless CommunicationsBroadband Internet Access on Board TrainsHow Users Access Internet on Board?Wi-FiWiGig or IEEE 802.11adLi-FiClassification of Technologies to Connect the Train to InternetSatellite SolutionsDescription of the TechnologyExisting Studies, Projects and SolutionsStudies and ProjectsDeveloped SolutionsOther SolutionsZoom on SNCF SolutionSummary on Satellite SolutionsTerrestrial SolutionsPublic Cellular Networks SolutionsStudies and ProjectSolutions Based on Public Cellular Networks onlyCombination of Public Cellular Networks and Dedicated InfrastructureSummary on Cellular SolutionsDedicated Train-to-Infrastructure SolutionsRadio-Based SolutionsLeaky Coaxial Cables (LCX)WiMAXWi-FiRadio-Over-FiberOther Proprietary SolutionsSummary on Radio-Based SolutionsOptical-Based SolutionsStudies in JapanStudies in UKSummary on Optical-Based SolutionsSummary on How to Provide Broadband Internet on Board TrainsGeneral RemarksComparison of the Different TechnologiesBroadband Wireless Communications for Operational NeedsMaintenanceDefinitions Related to Maintenance SystemsOptimization Models for MaintenanceTrack MaintenanceCloud Computing and Big DataWireless Sensor Networks (WSNs)Video SurveillanceVideo Surveillance of Railway InfrastructuresVideo Surveillance on Board VehiclesOther Operational ApplicationsSmart MeteringFreightReferencesChallenges and Perspectives for the Future Broadband Wireless Communications for RailwayNext Generation Broadband TechnologiesSpectral Aggregation and Cognitive RadioDefinitions and StandardsWorking Groups on Cognitive RadioStudies and ProjectsG Next GenerationOverviewKey Technological Supports of 5GMassive MIMOTimeline of 5GSatellite TechnologiesOther Future TechnologiesCurrent Works and DiscussionsWorks on Professional Mobile RadioWorks in Railway CommunityWorks at ERAWorks at UICWorks at ETSIWhat About Current Works on Internet on Board in France?Challenges and PerspectivesEuropean Commission ObjectivesScientific BarriersKey Challenges Extracted from the Shift2Rail Multi-annual Action PlanAdaptable CommunicationsVirtual CouplingIP-Based WSN ArchitecturesWireless TCMSSummary on Expectations and Challenges of Railway DomainReferences
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