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PeteB [JMRI Part 2 – Blocks, Routing, Logic and Signalling] - change of date and updated info and form docs
public:jmripart2course [2020/04/03 09:16] (current)
Bob Vetterlein
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 ======JMRI Part 2 – Blocks, Routing, Logic and Signalling====== ======JMRI Part 2 – Blocks, Routing, Logic and Signalling======
  
-**9th to 12th November 2018 (Rushden)** ​+** 12th-14th September 2020 (Rushden)**
  
-//Please note change of date to avoid a clash with the MERG AGM// +The course will take place in the “Goods Shed” meeting room at the Rushden Transport Museum & Railway, Rushden  
 +Station, Northamptonshire.
  
-This is part 2 of our three JMRI courses.+This is part 2 of our three JMRI courses, also referred to as "More JMRI".
  
-The course will run over the weekend with arrivals from 4pm on Friday afternoon ​2nd November ​to about 5pm on Sunday afternoon ​4th November+The course will run over the weekend with arrivals from 4pm on Friday afternoon to about 5pm on Sunday afternoon. ​
  
-In addition to the weekend course, there is an optional follow-on practical workshop day on Monday ​5th November. This day will be purely a practical workshop session for you to apply the knowledge learnt over the weekend, with the assistance of the tutors. If you have your own layout hardware that you want to work on with JMRI, we can also assist with that on the Monday+In addition to the weekend course, there is an optional follow-on practical workshop day on the Monday. This day will be purely a practical workshop session for you to apply the knowledge learnt over the weekend, with the assistance of the tutors. If you have your own layout hardware that you want to work on with JMRI, we can also assist with that on the Monday
  
 This course will take you through train detection and identification,​ entry exit routing and signalling using signal mast logic.  ​ This course will take you through train detection and identification,​ entry exit routing and signalling using signal mast logic.  ​
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 This is a weekend course for those already familiar and competent with the basics of JMRI.  This is a weekend course for those already familiar and competent with the basics of JMRI. 
  
-As a pre-requisite you should have attended our introduction to JMRI Panel Pro course, or be fluent with drawing a layout diagram in the Layout Editor, setting up turnouts & sensors, turnout feedback, linking from a Layout Editor Panel to the physical layout & the basics of train detection.+As a pre-requisite you should have attended our introduction to JMRI Panel Pro course, or be fluent with drawing a layout diagram in the Layout Editor, setting up turnouts & sensors, turnout feedback, linking from a Layout Editor Panel to the physical layout, use of blocks ​& the basics of train detection.
  
 We will be using the JMRI Panel Pro Layout Editor throughout. We will be using the JMRI Panel Pro Layout Editor throughout.
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 **Topics covered will include:** **Topics covered will include:**
  
 +  * What's new in JMRI
   * Revision of block detection and train tracking   * Revision of block detection and train tracking
   * Choosing where blocks start and end, which rails to detect ​   * Choosing where blocks start and end, which rails to detect ​
   * Detecting trains on frogs and crossings   * Detecting trains on frogs and crossings
   * Real vs virtual blocks   * Real vs virtual blocks
-  * Reporters – RFID +  * Train identification - Reporters – RFID 
   * Logix – “If this then do that”   * Logix – “If this then do that”
   * Entry-Exit (NX) routing   * Entry-Exit (NX) routing
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   * Signal mast logic (we will use BR 2003 rulebook signals for our examples)   * Signal mast logic (we will use BR 2003 rulebook signals for our examples)
   * Signal feathers using Logix   * Signal feathers using Logix
 +  * Semaphore junction signals using signal groups
   * Approach control   * Approach control
 +  * Permissive working
   * Customising signal mast icons    * Customising signal mast icons 
   * Block routing   * Block routing
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 This will be a practical course so that you can have a go on your own computer as we go along. This will be a practical course so that you can have a go on your own computer as we go along.
  
-More details here: +Bookings are open.
  
-{{ :​public:​courses:​jmri-2_course_nov18_rushden_revised_date_details.pdf |JMRI Part 2 – Blocks, Routing and Signalling course details}}+You can download more details and the booking form below: 
 + 
 +{{ :​public:​courses:​jmri-2_course_sep20_rushden_details.pdf |JMRI Part 2 – Blocks, Routing and Signalling course details}}
  
 Booking Form: Booking Form:
  
-{{ :​public:​courses:​jmri-2_course_enrollment_form_nov18_rushden_revised_date.doc |JMRI Part 2 weekend course enrolment form}}+{{ :​public:​courses:​jmri-2_course_enrollment_form_sep_20_rushden.doc |JMRI Part 2 weekend course enrolment form}} 
 + 
 +====Other Courses==== 
 +[[public:​courses|Link to Courses index]] 
  
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