Inductive Loop Detection/Testing with DSP Techniquesby Boris Donskoy, DVP Inc, Rockville, United States,
Mark Price, DVP Inc, Rockville, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation Engineering
Abstract: Vehicle traffic control is recognized as an effective way to relieve mounting traffic congestion in large urban areas across the country. The most common method of vehicle detection is in sensing a change in inductance through the use of wire loops buried beneath the road surface. DVP, Inc. has just completed the development of an advanced digital instrument specifically designed for IL detection, testing and characterization. The advantage of a digital instrument is that a series of precise measurements can be made with a single data acquisition and processing system. Digital technology enables implementation of clearer display formats, storage and hardcopy of measurement data, remote control interfaces, etc.
Subject Headings: Traffic congestion | Data processing | Traffic signals | Signal processing | Data collection | Vehicles | Remote control | Urban areas | North America | Illinois | United States
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