Trackside signaling & control

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Trackside signaling & control

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs for trackside signaling and control systems help you enable highly-reliable and robust train signaling, subsystem integration and multiple train communication network standards like MVB, WT and CAN.

Design requirements

Trackside signaling and control systems often require:

  • Robust multiprotocol communication interfaces for highly-reliable interconnection.
  • High performance with isolated analog signal chain and signal processing capabilities.
  • Advanced system monitoring to enhance diagnostics and feedback capabilities.
  • Safety integrity levels up to SIL4.

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