PROVIDING THE DEFENCE INDUSTRY LEALDING SOFTWARE SOLUTION FOR RADIO SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT
HTZ warfare INTRODUCTION
HTZ warfare FEATURES
SIMULATING RADIO NETWORKS TO SAVES LIVES
HTZ warfare is an advanced battlespace RF planning and modelling software for spectrum engineering in tactical mission planning and analysis.
- Design and optimisation of military communication networks for frequencies ranging from 10 kHz up to 450 GHz
- HF, VHF/UHF, PMR, TRS, MW, Satellite, 2G to 5G, Wi-Fi, IoT network modelling and analysis
- Accurate simulation of advanced EW mission planning including jammers, radars, DF, interception & UAV/UAS
- Optimise site locations, number, power, frequency and efficiency of any radio systems in defence and security networks
- Advanced modelling of modern electronic warfare (ELINT, COMINT) battlefield in 2D/3D views
- Coexistence scenarios of multiple radio systems across civilian and military networks
- Out-of-band interference, inter-modulation calculations and EMC analysis
- Air-to-Air/ Air-to-Ground/ Ground-to-Air communications modelling and analysis
- Battleship interference analysis for various near-field radio systems
HTZ warfare is the perfect choice for UAV/UAS networks, which often require integration between ground-to-air, air-to-air services and complex scenarios for compatibility with other civilian and military communication services.
- Aeronautical propagation model ITU-R P. 528
- Frequency planning and interference analysis along the way points
- Self-healing network planning using mesh techniques
- Path-specific way point coverage and optimisation on fly path to overcome connectivity issues
- Radar detection avoidance planning by optimising the flying path and altitude optimisation
- Calculate interference levels when terrestrial networks directly impact drones along flight-paths
- Instantaneous roll, pitch and course modelling; antenna orientation calculations and antenna discrimination along the flying path
HTZ warfare supports communications between sea to sea, sea to air and land to sea in a maritime environment.
The complex scenarios for coverage, interference and intermodulation impacted within a battleships/ships environment can be examined and simulated to ensure the radio systems in the same vessel are not negatively impacted in terms of performance or efficiency.
- Near-field scenarios in Battleship: HF/VHF/UHF, radar, satellite systems intermodulation analysis
- Location optimisation of new radio systems against existing radios on board
- 3D modelling of battleships/ships from AutoCAD, ESRI Shape and PDF drawing
- Interference analysis against terrestrial radios against satellite earth stations to identify exclusion zones
HTZ warfare repeatedly performs highly accurate propagation predictions.
- Prospective planning to identify the best locations for new sites for greenﬁeld and densiﬁcation scenarios
- Migration analysis from analogue to digital communications
- Analysis of outdoor to indoor coverage by signal penetration loss calculations
- Population analysis according to points, areas by vector polygon importation or raster files
- In-depth coverage studies of network coverage, composite coverage, overlapping, best server and network densification
- Propagation model-tuning by correlation analysis between predictions and measurements
- Automated frequency assignment and optimisation
- Traffic analysis by the ground occupancy, target areas or mesh blocks to cover
- Point to Point network analysis including path profile, reliability, automatic optimisation of the heights (plus power, frequency and space diversity), frequency analysis
- P25 Simulcast planning and analysis
HTZ warfare supports the design and modelling of TETRA, PMR/DMR, P25 and PS- LTE and has the ability to manage coverage, capacity, site parameters and neighbour planning and optimisation.
It ensures the highest level of reliability, availability and resilience of critical communications and lets operators migrate smoothly to broadband connectivity and new technologies.
- Coverage planning
- Interference calculations
- Capacity planning
- Automated handover, neighbour list planning and analysis
- Monte Carlo simulations
- Automatic site planning
- Automatic site optimisation
- Automatic frequency planning
- Traffic & mobility profile editor (end devices)
HTZ warfare is designed to predict HF Ground-wave and Sky-wave propagation parameters including Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR), Maximum usable frequency (MUF), Frequency of Optimum Transmission (FOT), Field Strength and reliability.
- Ground-wave propagation based on ITU-R P. 368-9 using conductivity and permittivity properties of the earth to calculate path loss
- Sky-wave for LF/MF at night time using ITU-R P. 1147-2
- Downlink and uplink calculations supporting full reciprocity to users modelling mobile systems
- Able to study HF signal level at different times of the day at different seasons
- Sunspot modelling and impact on HF communications
- Calculation of minimum/maximum and optimum frequency for HF communications
- Ship transmitter modelling
- Produce H & V cuts for HF antenna using type, ground conductivity, dielectric constant and operating frequency
- ITU R-533
HTZ warfare enables microwave link design for networks in any frequency band; an integral propagation model library covers the frequency range 30MHz up to 300GHz.
This multi-functional tool enables users to manage multiple technologies in one project.
- Profile budget calculations
- Frequency and space diversity
- Multi-K factor calculations
- Climate and rain parameters
- Reliability calculations
- Automatic antenna orientation
- Link optimisation
- Automated frequency planning
- Interference calculations
- Quality objective calculations – ITU-R F. 1703 and ITU-T G.827
HTZ warfare is marketed exclusively to armed forces, Government security services and Telecom Defence programs. ATDI follows strict export restrictions, as defined by the UN, EU, France, United Kingdom, Germany, Poland, Spain, Australia and USA.
NATO code: FA8T9
HTZ warfare current version: V23.0.2 (12-2020)