Analisis Kinerja GSM-R Pada Kereta Cepat Indonesia

  • Natriya Faisal politeknik perkeretaapian indonesia madiun
  • Andri Pradipta politeknik perkeretaapian indonesia madiun
  • Willy Artha Wirawan politeknik perkeretaapian indonesia madiun
  • Santi Triwijaya politeknik perkeretaapian indonesia madiun
Keywords: GSM-R, BER, NYUSIM.

Abstract

The High-Speed Train of Indonesian will be implemented in 2022. The communication system used on the fast train is planned to use GSM-R in the future. GSM-R technology is expected to be applied to railways in Indonesia as well as in Europe. The railway system in Germany has applied GSM-R on the Berlin to Halle / Leipzig line using the first European Train Control System (ETCS) in Europe [2]. Radio waves used by GSM-R are at a frequency of 876 to 880 MHz for the uplink side and 921 to 925 MHz on the downlink side. This journal analyzes the GSM-R design that will be applied to Indonesian fast trains using the New York University Simulation (NYUSIM) method. This study evaluates the performance of GSM-R with intervention with natural conditions, such as temperature, humidity, air pressure, power and so on, resulting in a better GSM-R performance in terms of resistance to interference tested.

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Published
2020-12-17