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URN etd-1111105-102934 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 3235 times. Download 1718 times. Author Jian-Ming Pan Author's Email Address No Public. Department Communication Engineering Year 2004 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 35 Title THE MEASUREMENTS AND ANALYSIS OF THE POWERLINE COMMUNICATION APPLIED TO THE ELECTRICAL RAILWAY SYSTEM Keyword powerline communication PLC electrical railway system electrical railway system PLC powerline communication Abstract This thesis discusses the benefits of using the powerline communication (PLC) as the technology to transmit the network packets instead of using the wireless communication system, such as cell phones, in an electrical railway system. An electrical railway system model with the data transmission using the powerline communication with mobile contacts in the power supply system is built. A track-powered model train module is used as the carrier of the mobile contact, which travels along the path of the power line. With this model, the simulation of the powerline communication applied to the electrical railway system, such as rapid transit system and high speed railways, is conducted, so are the measurements of data transmission and the performance evaluation under various speeds. In the end, the possible problems with the powerline communication being applied to the real world electrical railway systems are presented. Advisor Committee Cheng-jen Tang - advisor
Hung-Da Bai - co-chair
Shuen-Shiang Wang - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2005-07-15 Date of Submission 2005-11-11