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WG-1 Communications Protocol Aboard Passenger Trains 1 PM to 5 PM June 7, 2005 Allegheny room, Pittsburgh Hilton. Agenda. 1. Introduction - Bob Anderson 1 PM Introductions Membership IEEE's Legal Slides Scope and purpose of IEEE 1473 Meeting Ground Rules Goals and Objectives.

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WG-1

Communications Protocol Aboard Passenger Trains

1 PM to 5 PM June 7, 2005

Allegheny room, Pittsburgh Hilton

agenda
Agenda
  • 1. Introduction - Bob Anderson 1 PM
    • Introductions
    • Membership
    • IEEE's Legal Slides
    • Scope and purpose of IEEE 1473
    • Meeting Ground Rules Goals and Objectives
wg 1 membership
R Anderson RSS

V Pindiprolu FTA

G Neff Microsym

H Kirrmann ABB

J Ewing STV

T Sullivan TSD

V Dhingra Echelon

G Dahl Echelon

F Woolsey LTK

L Sanders APTA

P Zuber Bombardier

C Girard Bombardier

M L-Jacques NYCT

C Catterall Envitech

J Monette Envitech

D Gregson Quester

WG-1 Membership
agenda1
Agenda
  • 2. Review of IEEE Std. 1473 1:30 PM
    • Experiences with TCN
    • Experiences with LonWorks - Sullivan
    • TCN (WTB) to LonWorks (MVB) Gateway Projects - Woolsey
    • Issues/Challenges - All
agenda2
Agenda
  • 3. IEC 61375-2 Standard update - 2:30 PM
    • History / Background
    • Recent Milan and Shanghai Ad Hoc meetings - Girard
    • Role of US and North America - Sanders
agenda3
Agenda
  • 4. Other Train Networking News - 3 PM
    • E1 Trainlines and Issues (NYCT & CTA)
    • IP over 10/100 BaseT, IP/485, other?
    • Powerline (ANSI 709.2) experiences and issues - Dahl
    • Video and bandwidth Issues
    • Electric Coupler Issues
    • ITU-T G.703 – G. Neff
agenda4
Agenda
  • 5. Potential 1473 Additions & Deletions - 3:30 PM
    • Delete existing Gateway Section? - R. Anderson
    • Add IP? - C. Girard
    • Add EIA 709.2? - V. Dhingra
    • Add EIA 852? - V. Dhingra
    • Other?
agenda5
Agenda
  • 6. Proposals/Resolutions /Decisions - 4:00 PM
    • All
guidelines
Guidelines
  • Open
  • Objective
  • Balanced
  • No commercials
  • No Zingers
  • Compatibility
  • Enhanced utilization and functionality
  • Build a consensus
ieee slides
IEEE Slides
  • Imperative Principals
  • Procedures
  • Patent Policy
major considerations
Major Considerations
  • Existing Protocol
  • Support Rail Specific Requirements
  • All Types of Consists
  • Flexibility
  • Not Application Specific
  • Not Proprietary
scope
Scope
  • This standard defines the protocol for inter-car and intra-car serial data communications between subsystems aboard passenger trains. It sets forth the minimum acceptable parameters for a network that can simultaneously handle monitoring and control traffic from multiple systems. While the network itself is not vital, it is intended to be capable of carrying vital messages. This standard will be structured with respect to the OSI seven-layer model.
purpose
Purpose
  • A standard protocol will permit systems provided by a variety of suppliers performing different on-board functions to share a common communications facility. Car wiring and weight will be reduced while systems integration, reliability, and maintainability will be improved
std 1473 1999
Std 1473-1999
  • 2. References
  • 3. Definitions, abbreviations, and acronyms
  • 4. Communication protocols
  • 5. Type L protocol
  • 6. Type T protocol
  • 7. The gateway
  • 8. Common application components