Definition of Block signal. Meaning of Block signal. Synonyms of Block signal

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Definition of Block signal

Block signal
Block signal Block signal (Railroads) One of the danger signals or safety signals which guide the movement of trains in a block system. The signal is often so coupled with a switch that act of opening or closing the switch operates the signal also.

Meaning of Block signal from wikipedia

- Absolute block signalling is a British signalling scheme designed to ensure the safe operation of a railway by allowing only one train to occupy a defined...
- requirements on matters such as the implementation of interlocked block signalling and other safety measures as a direct result of the Armagh rail disaster...
- Signalling block systems enable the safe and efficient operation of railways by preventing collisions between trains. The basic principle is that a route...
- Automatic block signaling (ABS) is a railroad communications system that consists of a series of signals that divide a railway line into a series of sections...
- naihō) the main signal. The section behind the main signal is called 外方 (gaihō). However, under the non-automatic block system a starting signal has no protected...
- The Block Signal is 1926 silent railroad drama directed by Frank O'Connor and starring Ralph Lewis and Jean Arthur. It was produced by the Lumas Company...
- Atrioventricular block (AV block) is a type of heart block that occurs when the electrical signal traveling from the atria, or the upper chambers of the...
- execution of the signal handling routine. The sigprocmask(2) call can be used to block and unblock delivery of signals. Blocked signals are not delivered...
- aspect colour-light signals using track circuit block signalling. It is a development of the original absolute block signalling that is still being used...
- and converts them to a signal which is sent through a cable to the receiver inside the building. Also called a low-noise block, low-noise converter (LNC)...
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