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Asked by sakthivel, 12 Jul '07 08:16 pm
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GE: Gigabit Ethernet, data transfer equal to 1 billion (109) bits.
Answered by aflatoon, 22 Nov '11 12:16 pm

 
  
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GE Genesis, GE Locomotive Company

1) The P40DC (first known as the AMD-103 (official GE designation Dash 8-40BP)) was the first model, operating in a diesel-electric configuration and using direct current to power the electric motors, developing 4000 horsepower (3000 kW). The P40 has a top speed of 103 mph. The P40 was later succeeded in 1997 by the P42DC, which produces 4250 horsepower (3100 kW) and has a higher top speed of 110 mph.

The P40 and P42DC allowed Amtrak heavy long-distance trains to operate with fewer locomotives.

Additional deliveries of the P42DC allowed Amtrak to first store, then offer for sale, the majority of the P40DC fleet.

The GE P42DC locomotive displaced VIA Rail's Bombardier LRC locomotives from service in 2000. VIA Rail's P42DC fleet is primarily used on the Quebec-Windsor rail corridor. Corridor train consists are typically short and light (3 to 6 cars), which allows the powerful locomotives to quickly bring the train to full speed. The Montreal- ...more
Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 12 Jul '07 08:23 pm

 
  
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GE: Gigabit Ethernet, data transfer equal to 1 billion (109) bits.
Answered by Paratwada, 12 Jul '07 08:19 pm

 
  
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