Newsletter - November 2020

November 13, 2020


HTZ update (v.22.9.9) is available to download

HTZ Communications and HTZ Warfare version 22.9.9 is available to download from ATDI CRM. 

Key features including:

New satellite function to process massive constellation (PDF, EPDF...).

Direct integration and access to RRC06 inside HTZ, without ICS manager. 

Mobile (4G/5G): introduce new algorithm to improve calculation efficiency, and visualization of conflict check (PCI modn, RSI).


WEBINAR - Rescue search area prioritisation using mobile coverage boundary in HTZ

DATE: NOVEMBER 17th, 2020

Register now your seat in next webinar about ATDI’s latest innovation in the mountain rescue support system using mobile coverage maps in HTZ.

3 sessions are available.

ATDI's ITU contribution highlight -

Broadband Infrastructure, broadcasting & spectrum MGT

The ITU Office for Europe, Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT), within the framework of the ITU Regional Initiative for Europe on “Broadband Infrastructure, Broadcasting and spectrum management”, prepared a background paper. The paper has been developed with the support of the ITU Telecommunication Network & Spectrum Management Division and the ITU Human Capacity Building Division, and in coordination with the Radiocommunication Bureau (BR) and the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB). Substantive inputs to the report were provided by Dr. Haim Mazar, ITU Consultant & ITU intersection coordinator on RF-EMF and co-rapporteur ITU-D Question 7/2, vice-chair ITU-R Study Group 5 (terrestrial services).’

Dr. Haim Mazar (Madjar) has been RF Spectrum & Licensing Expert at ATDI since 1993; he provided substantive inputs to the ITU report

Welcome new customers!

Telecom of Thailand (TOT): TOT, Thai state-owned telecommunications company has started using HTZ Communications for 5G network rollout in Thailand. ATDI also delivered successfully a set of comprehensive training in every aspects of 5G network planning.

SEASA GROUP (Chile): SEASA Group, the Chilean electric power company, has chosen HTZ Communications to design comprehensive SmartGrid network. Their nationwide AMI infrastructure will be supported by Random Phase Multiple Access (RPMA) at 2.4 GHz for urban and WAN (Mesh) at 5.8 GHz for rural areas.
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