Advanced cartographic, radio planning and LTE upgrades in latest ATDI tools editions

Posted by: In: Uncategorized 08 Feb 2013 Tags: ,

ATDI announces new features in its radio planning, spectrum management and electronic warfare tools. Latest upgrades include more impressive cartographic features, LTE functions improvement as well as new advanced radio planning options.

Cartographic features:

 Open Street Map for the most precise radio planning (shows precise address on a mouse click)

 User defined WMS servers

  • Tilt map (this feature’s applications include: broadcast, design antenna, spectrum regulation)
  • Bing address over cursor 
  • Clutter 2006 – Resolution 20 m now available (Europe)

Advanced LTE functions:

  • Connectivity report: RSRP, best server, RSRQ, SNIR PDSCH, SNIR control channel, throughput/RB
  • Prospective planning LTE
  • Parenting LTE: schedulers Rodin Robin, proportional fair and max SNR
  • Uplink SNIR map (Monte-Carlo and Noise rise methods)
  • Monte-Carlo (SNIR, RSRP, RSRQ, PUSCH and connect)
  • User defined SNIR vs Throughput tables
  • Reports: QoS, Throughputs…
  • Full MIMO/SIMO/AAS integration 
  • RSRP coverage analysis 

Radio planning:

Route planning – new innovative feature that allows automatic network planning from station candidates along vector lines and includes:

  • Automatic antenna orientation
  • Best station selection including sector dependency
  • Overlapping
  • Network coverage calculation and reporting

The route planning function can be used for the following applications:

  • Rail track coverage: GSM-R
  • Highway coverage (FM radio…)
  • Railway/highway worksites VHF coverage
  • Secured Logistics Convoys / Military deployment
  • Public transport lines TETRA coverage
  • Pipeline security control systems

Area planning – latest feature that allows automatic network planning from station candidates targeting polygon areas, including:

  • Automatic antenna orientation
  • Best station selection including sector dependency
  • Overlapping
  • Network coverage calculation and reporting

Area planning function can be used for wireless meter reading, AMR, site optimization, coverage redundancy.

Handover analysis along vector lines:

  • Takes into account: Mobile speed, Handover margin, Pre-defined neighbors and Handover effective time
  • Features complete report

Application: rail track coverage: GSM-R

Coverage analysis using address files (SHP, CSV, UK addresses..)

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

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