Track to Train data backhaul, the backbone of
data transmission.

Track To Train Communications

ADComms trackside radio deployment specialisation means it is ideally placed to solve the connectivity challenges in delivering track to train reliable high-speed connectivity up to 700Mpbs;

Fixed network infrastructure to support data backhaul
Trackside, station and tunnel coverage
Trackside infill solutions to support radio deployment
Licensed / unlicensed radio technologies – 802.11zz, LTE, 5G
Cyber security and NIS directive compliance
Onboard system integration including IoT analytics
Full fiber enablement and track to off track co-ordination   

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