RadioPlanner 2.1 is a tool for planning:
- GSM / WCDMA / CDMA / UMTS / LTE / 5G networks
- P25 / TETRA / DMR / dPMR / NXDN / GSM-R /McWiLL land mobile radio networks
- Networks based on wireless IoT technologies: LoRa, SigFox, and others.
- DVB-H / DVB-T / DVB-T2 / ISDB-T / ATSC / DAB / DAB+ terrestrial radio and television broadcast networks
- Air-to-ground communication systems and radionavigation operating in the VHF, UHF, and microwave frequencies (UAV (Drone) Control, Air-to-ground radio, ADS-B, VOR, DME etc.)
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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
- 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 (www.openstreetmap.org) and Global Forest Change (www.earthenginepartners.appspot.com) 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.
Please note that this information is intended solely for guidance and may not always be up to date, although purchasers will ALWAYS be provided with the latest version of any software they order.
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