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A Survey on Mobility in High Speed Networks


  • Department of ECE, M. Kumarasamy College of Engineering, Karur - 639113, Tamil Nadu, India


High speed railway delivers accessibility to people’s activity and is concerning suggested united of adequate advancement for arena transportation. one in every of the necessary positions of HSR design is that the sign system, that is moreover alleged the “operation system,” space wireless communications play a vital role within the manual of alternation status information. National network of high-speed traveler rail lines geared toward reducing traffic jam, cutting national dependence on foreign oil and up rural and concrete environments. During this article, the contemporary arrival of high speed trains familiarize new quality arrangement in wireless environments. The Long Term Evolution-A networks have mostly tackled the propagation downside within the physical layer and are ready to carry wireless service with 100 Megabytes per second outturn inside a cell in accelerates to three fifty kilometer per hour. Nonetheless the way more persistent handovers beyond cells greatly will increase the likelihood of service interruptions, and also the downside is distinguished for transmission communications that appeal each high throughput and continuous connections. During this regards, we tend to gift a unique Long Term Evolution-based resolution to support high outturn and continuous transmission services for prime speed train passengers. Our simulation underneath numerous network and railway/ train conjurations exhibits that the projected resolution achieves abundant lower relinquishment latency and better information outturn, as contrasted to existing solutions. It additionally well immune to n/w and traffic dynamics, therefore permissive unbroken quality transmission services for passengers in high speed trains. We review, summarize and analyze the foremost necessary HSR comes administered so far round the globe, specifically those of Japan, France, Germany, Spain, and Italy. we tend to focus our attention on the most problems concerned within the enterprise of HSR projects: their impact on quality, the surroundings, the economy and on urban centers.


Channel Modeling, Composite Transportation, Cuttings and Tunnels, High Speed Railway, Operation system, Train Management Information.

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