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Today's Internet access approaches on trains focus on establishing and maintaining connections between passengers and terrestrial peers. With network use being dominated by content distribution and retrieval, passengers value the content itself rather than connections over which it travels. This mismatch affects the passenger's experience and deteriorates(More)
In high-speed railway (HSR) wireless networks, the link quality is greatly time-dependent and location-varying. Due to the high randomness, it is challenging to predict the link quality in HSR wireless networks. In this paper, we firstly conducted a certain amount of field measurement campaigns of HSR wireless network link quality. A great number of(More)
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