Radio, GSM-R & FRMCS Equipment

 

The suppliers in this section provide radio and telecommunications equipment for the rail sector, which is used for things such as signalling and telematics.

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Join KONČAR at InnoTrans 2022

Join KONČAR at InnoTrans 2022

KONČAR will be exhibiting at InnoTrans 2022 with an outdoor exhibit featuring its low-floor tram manufactured for Liepājas Tramvajs.

Nokia Tests Mission-Critical Voice and Data on 4.9G/LTE Private Wireless Network for NCRTC’s Phase 1

Nokia Tests Mission-Critical Voice and Data on 4.9G/LTE Private W...

National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) is using Nokia solutions to set up the Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS).

Nokia Selected by Western Australia’s PTA to Modernise Rail Communications in Perth

Nokia Selected by Western Australia’s PTA to Modernise Rail...

Nokia has been selected by Western Australia's PTA to design, build and maintain a next generation railway communications system in Perth.

HS2 Promises Superior Connectivity for 21st Century Rail Travel

HS2 Promises Superior Connectivity for 21st Century Rail Travel

Transport companies have to have resilient cybersecurity systems in place so they can protect their assets and detect and respond to incidents.

Digital Fallback Increases Availability of Audio Communication Systems

Digital Fallback Increases Availability of Audio Communication Sy...

Telvic GSP discusses their Train Audio Communication System (TRACS) and the importance of its innovative digital fallback.

DAMM Is Reaching a Milestone at Critical Communications World

DAMM Is Reaching a Milestone at Critical Communications World

DAMM Cellular Systems invites you to visit them at Critical Communications World in Vienna, Austria from 21 to 23 June at stand F110.

Tallysman Adds to Its Industry-Leading Line of Helical Antennas

Tallysman Adds to Its Industry-Leading Line of Helical Antennas

Tallysman's new HC885EXF and HC885XF helical antennas are ideal for a variety of applications, including UAV's for land, sea and air.

Network Rail Tests Siemens Mobility System in Rough Ride Prediction Trial

Network Rail Tests Siemens Mobility System in Rough Ride Predicti...

Siemens Mobility’s train-borne conditioning monitoring system is one of six solutions being tested in Network Rail’s Lot 1 Operational Trial.

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