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How to name a "non-fixed" balise? [message #2140] Mon, 11 February 2019 16:05 Go to next message
christian.rahmig is currently offline  christian.rahmig
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Dear railML IL developers,

In general, ETCS knows two types of balises:
- fixed data balises (telegram does not change over time)
- "non-fixed" data balise (telegram can be changed)

What is the correct term for this second type of balise?

Candidate terms are (not complete):
* transparent balise
* variable balise
* controlled balise
* programmable balise
* intelligent balise

So, which one is your favourite?

Best regards
Christian

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Christian Rahmig – Infrastructure scheme coordinator
railML.org (Registry of Associations: VR 5750)
Altplauen 19h; 01187 Dresden; Germany www.railML.org
Re: How to name a "non-fixed" balise? [message #2163 is a reply to message #2140] Mon, 01 April 2019 12:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Editha Nentzl is currently offline  Editha Nentzl
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we call them
switchable
Re: How to name a "non-fixed" balise? [message #2165 is a reply to message #2163] Mon, 01 April 2019 13:32 Go to previous message
Thomas Nygreen JBD is currently offline  Thomas Nygreen JBD
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The terminology used in the ETCS specification is: "Balises are of either fixed type or controlled type." (source: "FFFIS for Eurobalise", ETCS SUBSET-036, version 3.1.0, December 17, 2015

Best regards,
Thomas Nygreen
Railway capacity engineer
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