GSM-R Engineering Overview (On-Demand)
Duration: 22 Hours / Technical Level: Level 3
Course Code: MB2803
This detailed course provides network engineers with an in depth study that covers all principles of GSM-R networks and operation.
This self-paced on-demand distance learning course features illustrated course books, videos, tests and full tutor support.
Who would benefit
Those in or entering technical roles within the GSM-R industry who require a broad overview of the services, features and technology of GSM-R.
A basic understanding of cellular radio networks and railway signalling, as well as the ability to comprehend technical subjects, would be useful.
Topic Areas Include
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Part of UIC Rail Telecom Academy
UIC is the worldwide organisation for the promotion of rail transport at a global level and collaborative development of the railway system. It brings together some 200 members on all 5 continents, among them rail operators, infrastructure managers, railway service providers, etc. UIC maintains close cooperation links with all actors in the rail transport domain around the world, including manufacturers, railway associations, public authorities and stakeholders in other domains and sectors whose experiences may be beneficial to rail development. UIC's main tasks include understanding the business needs of the rail community, developing innovation programmes to identify solutions to those needs, as well as preparing and publishing a series of documents such as reports, specifications, guidelines and IRS that facilitate the implementation of the innovative solutions. www.uic.org
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