RadioPlanner Single User 12-month License

Product features

RadioPlanner 2.1 uses the following propagation models:

–    ITU-R P.1812-4 model
–    Longley-Rice (ITM) model v 1.2.2
–    ITU-R P.1546-6 model  (for broadcasting only)
–    Combined ITU-R P.528-3 + P.526-14 model (for aeronautical radio only)

RadioPlanner 2.1 performs various RF prediction types for mobile networks:
–    Received Power uplink/downlink
–    Strongest Server (Best Server)
–    C/I ratio
–    Area with Signal above Both the Base and Mobile Thresholds
–    Number of servers above uplink

Area studies for terrestrial radio and television broadcast transmitters:
–    Field Strength at the Receiver Location
–    Strongest Server (Best Server)
–    FCC contours

–    ITU-R P.1546-6 contours
–    Calculation of the population in the coverage area based on the OpenStreetMap project database
–    Generation of the list of localities covered by broadcasting

Area studies for air-to-ground communication systems:
–    Received power Air-to-Ground link
–    Received power Ground-to-Air link
–    Strongest (most likely) Server Air-to-Ground link

RadioPlanner allows you to do:
–    Frequency planning of radio networks considering co-channel and adjacent channels interference
–    Points calculation showing the path profile, losses, and levels of the signal and interference on co-channel and adjacent channels

–    Calculation of uplink/downlink Rx levels for a set of IoT end-devices: LoRa, SigFox, and others, located in different conditions.
–    Import the measurement results of the received signal power levels for comparison with calculated values and adjust propagation model parameters
–    Save the coverage prediction result as an interactive web page, PNG image, CSV file, MIF file, or a KMZ file
–    Flexible adjusting of the layers on the base map and show custom vector layers

GIS features:
–    Terrain elevation data 2-30-m plane resolution (for more details on data sources see Appendix 3. Terrain Elevation Data in User Manual)
–  A clutter model with nine clutter types. The built-in clutter model was created from the OpenStreetMap ( and Global Forest Change ( projects. If necessary, the simple and easy-to-use Clutter Editor will allow the user to prepare their own clutter model based on new satellite imagery.
–    Any kind of base map—both common (such as OpenStreetMap, OpenTopoMap, US Topo, etc.) and custom ones.

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