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Title: Mobile Broadband Scaling and Enhancement for Fast Moving Trains
Authors: Balyan, Vipin 
Ligwa, Mario 
Groenewald, Ben 
Keywords: RAN;LTE-R;GSM-R;UMTS;high-speed trains
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: IntechOpen
Source: http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.71782
Abstract: Internet is an important part of our life, whether traveling or at home. The broadband services available at home are reliable and are usually at constant speed. The people traveling especially in fast moving trains are at higher mobility and may be moving in areas of less connectivity, and providing a reliable service to them is a challenging task. One possible solution to this is to provide communication through an on-board Wi-Fi, which takes services from a central Wi-Fi situated in the middle of the train, which is connected to cellular radio service long-term evolution for railways. The network consists of LTE-R which is dedicated for railway communication only, a public mobile network, which supports LTE-R in the areas of no coverage and high traffic conditions and a public safety network in emergency conditions. The work is verified with the help of simulations on MATLAB, considering different traffic scenarios. The BSs placed at a distance of 2.5 Km and antenna height used is 45 m are equipped with 3G and 4G interfaces, a universal mobile telecommunications services (UMTS) and radio access network (RAN). The UMTS interface is used for voice services and handover when spectrum available in the next cell is less
Description: Book Chapter
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11189/6647
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.71782
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