Railway: Digital within analogue

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Railway: Digital within analogue

Stefan Marschnig | 30.06.2017 | 1646 words | 11 minutes reading time

Digitalisation is the dominant topic in the railway industry too. All available data must be used intelligently for this purpose. This is emphasised by Stefan Marschnig, Associate Professor at TU Graz.

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The question remains: Analogue or digital

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The question remains: Analogue or digital

Manfred Sommergruber | 26.06.2017 | 796 words | 6 minutes reading time

Signals from wheel sensors can be analogue or digital. Manfred Sommergruber uses the example of the Frauscher RSR110 wheel sensor to explain the respective features.

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