NexLyte, Inc. – Telecom Engineering Consultants’s rail and transit experience can be found across many public transit agencies within and outside the United States. The company specializes in transit communications including backhaul communications and structured cabling solutions, data networks, cyber security applications, train control networks, fiber optics, radio, and satellite communications.
NexLyte, Inc. – Telecom Engineering Consultants offers needs assessments and comprehensive communications strategies with 5- to 10-year planning horizons for clients in both railroad and corporate IT sectors. These plans typically form the basis for capital planning and construction projects.
For radio in rail applications, NexLyte, Inc. – Telecom Engineering Consultants staff have been at the forefront of Positive Train Control (PTC) and Communications Based Train Control (CBTC) systems. NexLyte, Inc. – Telecom Engineering Consultants is an active participant in new technologies being utilized for on-rail/in-vehicle broadband, bringing new innovative radio frequency (RF) and Ground Based Networks (GBN) technologies to public ridership.
Cutting-edge solutions for resilient fiber optic networks for rail signaling communications, rail control center networks and substation SCADA systems have replaced many aging systems, providing improved and uninterrupted mission critical revenue service operations.
NexLyte, Inc. – Telecom Engineering Consultants’s Rail/Transit Capabilities Include
- Telecommunication rooms (TRs)
- Automated people movers
- Bus and rapid transit networks
- Communications based train control (CBTC)
- Construction Support
- Control Center Systems and communications
- Cyber Security Solutions
- Data Acquisition systems (DAS) for cellular and public safety
- Electronic security
- Fiber optic and ethernet solutions
- Narrowband and broadband wireless solutions
- Needs assessment and strategic planning
- Onboard data communications
- Positive Train Control (PTC)
- Project and program management
- SCADA systems
- VoIP Telephony systems
- Wayside signal communication networks
- Yards and facilities