TESTING OF RAILROAD SIGNAL EQUIPMENT FOR POWER LINE INTERFERENCE SUSCEPTIBILITY - PART 2. TEST RESULTS.

Allen Taflove*, John H. Dunlap, Raymond A. Zalewski

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Abstract

This paper has described the results of ac interference susceptibility tests of several important types of railroad signal equipment. These tests were performed under EPRI Programs RP 1902-1 and RP 1902-2. A companion paper (Part I) describes the innovative test jig developed under RP 1902-1 which was used to perform the tests. This paper describes the results of the susceptibility tests for track and line relays, electronic track circuits, and grade-crossing warning devices.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Jan 1 1985

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  • Engineering(all)

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