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A contribution to safe railway operation: Evaluating the effect of electromagnetic disturbances on balise-to-BTM communication in railway control signaling systems

Autores: Franco, D.; Aguado, M.; Pinedo, C.; López, I.; Adin Marcos, Íñigo; Mendizábal Samper, Jaizki
Título de la revista: IEEE VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY MAGAZINE
ISSN: 1556-6072
Volumen: 16
Número: 2
Páginas: 104 - 112
Fecha de publicación: 2021
Resumen:
Electromagnetic (EM) disturbances and compatibility issues are the most common problems affecting communication and signaling systems. The duration of field testing to solve these railway EM interference (EMI) problems may vary between three and 12 months, with the cost of the complete process between & euro;25,000 and & euro;1.5 million [1]. Currently, the railway industry demands the building of strategies and tools to promote paths toward zero on-site testing [2] and reduce the duration of field tests; however, there is a lack of laboratory testing resources for these approaches.