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TELECOMMUNICATION

Telecommunication is the transmission of signs, signals, messages, words, writings, images and sounds or intelligence of any nature by Wire, Radio, optical or other electromagnetic systems. Telecommunication occurs when the exchange of information between communication participants includes the use of technology. It is transmitted either electrically over physical media, such as cables or via electromagnetic radiation. Such transmission paths are often divided into communication channels which afford the advantages of multiplexing. Since the Latin term communication is considered the social process of information exchange, the term, telecommunications, is often used in its plural form because it involves many different technologies.

BRIEF PARTICULARS OF TELECOMMUNICATION ASSETS AND PASSENGER AMINITY ASSETS IN BANGALORE DIVISION

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Description

Qty

1

Optical Fibre cable

1015 kms

2

4/6 Quad cable

1180 kms

3

Coach Guidance Display Systems

9 stations

4

On Line Train Running Information Display on TV

11 stations

5

Train Indication Boards

15 stations

6

Enquiry and Computer announcement system

23 stations

7

Current Reservation availability after charting Display on TV

2 stations

8

3 Line Train Arrival/Departure Display Boards

7 stations

9

5 Line Train Arrival/Departure Display Boards

6 stations

10

10 Line Train Arrival/Departure Display Boards

1 station

11

DTES (Digital Enquiry system)

2 stations

12

At a glance Boards

5 stations

13

WI-FI Facility

2 stations

14

GPS clocks

All the stations

15

BSNL Telephone at stations

105 stations

16

Video Surveillance Systems

2 stations

17

Public Announcement System

49 stations

18

GPS Clocks at Stations

106 stations

19

VHF Sets (25W)

117 Locations

20

Numberof Electronic Telephone Exchanges

6 Locations

21

FOIS/COIS/TMS/CMS

15 Stations(22 locations)

22

PRS

70 Locations

23

UTS

All the stations

24

Railnet

Provided to all officers and in administrative offices


 

Additional Telecom Arrangements for Operational Convenience

1.Drivers and Guards of all Passenger and Goods Trains are provided with Walkie-Talkie sets.

  1. All stations in SBC division are provided with 25w VHF sets for communication with Driver/Guard of running trains and with both adjacent stations.
  2. Lightweight 4W/2W portable telephones have been provided to Guards and Locos of all the passenger trains.
  3. PA system arrangements necessary for rake maintenance at pit lines have been arranged at Bangalore City & SGWF stations.




Source : South Western Railway CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 23-10-2017  


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