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Railroads are using digital technology and voice-over-Internet protocol (VOIP), a technology that makes voice calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular phone line, to replace outdated radios with new, cutting-edge equipment, making radio communication more effective and dependable than ever.
The majority of railroads are currently finishing up their adoption of narrowband. A few Class Is are already preparing for the future to meet obligations in the meanwhile.
In the future, railroads employing PTC will need dependable radio communications. These roadways will require coverage on the 220 MHz data radio band, which will serve as the standard operating environment for locomotives with PTC, as well as wayside and office equipment.
The Global rail radio equipment market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
For mainland rail and metro, Nomad Digital is excited to introduce its new Trackside Radio Networks solutions. Through the use of innovative Trackside communications equipment that Nomad has created, travellers will have constant access to high-speed WiFi during their journey.
The passenger WiFi experience is noticeably faster and more reliable over a private Trackside train-to-ground network. This enables corporate users to conduct internet business in an office setting and leisure travellers to stream their preferred movies or engage fully in social media.
Radio-based connectivity, which offers dependable architecture that offers resilience and security, will provide more than 1.5Gbps of throughput between the train and the ground. A strong return on investment, extra revenue opportunities, and best in class connectivity performance are all provided by Trackside.
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