Welcome back to the sweet comfort of work after the summer break.
This month our newsletter looks at a new feature in HTZ to analyse the impact of flight paths on microwave links, an overview of ICS Manager no-database and accessing public spectrum databases and the latest online portal implementation. Check out our latest recruitment drive for down under and our new website.
Our webinar season restarts in September, full details to follow.
Over the past decade, data-sharing and data integration have transformed the way we do business in spectrum regulation.
By recognising the need to access different data sources, ATDI developed ICS Manager no-DB, which forms part of ATDI’s database management solution. This latest addition allows users to import and synchronise data held in public spectrum databases with ATDI’s tools, to improve frequency assignment and national and regional spectrum coordination.
For the full article, click here.
To view our product demo, click here.
Analysing the potential cross-overs between MW path profiles and flight paths.
Recent software development from ATDI analyses the impact of flight paths on microwave link paths in and around an airport. This study looked at the viability of predefined microwave links and the potential intersections between the Fresnel zone for each beam and the flight paths.
To learn more about this study and the latest feature in HTZ, click here.
As Thailand makes great strides with its 5G rollout, the country’s leading Government-owned mobile network operator turned to ATDI to support their network growth. ATDI supplied multiple licenses of HTZ Communications, and HTZ WebView, a cloud-based solution that shares coverage outputs securely. This online portal tracked coverage as the 5G network was rollout, supply local retail stores with updates on mobile phone reception and supporting sales initiatives for new subscribers.
To learn more about this easy-to-use web platform, check out the full story here.
We’ve got a new look. The new website provides quick and easy access to essential information about our products and solutions. The site is easier to use, faster and more content-rich. We have designated a video page to showcase webinars and product demos, allowing us to share information easily.
“We’re excited about the website launch,” says Jin Hwang, VP of Sales & Marketing. “We believe the new site provides visitors with an improved user experience and allows us to continue to grow and increase our market position.”
To support our growing online presence, ATDI releases a monthly blog that addresses the latest trends and emerging technologies from across the industry.
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ATDI is attending the 29th International Defence Industry Exhibition (MSPO) in Kielce, Poland. This four-day event host leading defence and security agencies from around the globe.
The ATDI team will demonstrate managing jammers and radars, drones and optimising communications between aircraft and combat vehicles.
Date: 7-10 September 2021
Stand: #5, Hall G
Venue: ul. Zakładowa 1, Kielce, Poland
For more information, visit our Events page.
ATDI thrives on people. Its finest tool is its engineering expertise.
ATDI is committed to recruiting and retaining the best industry people. If you’re interested in joining a dedicated and competent team of professionals who understand what it takes to get a job done and have the experience and determination to succeed, then contact us today.
We are currently recruiting for the following positions:
RF Engineer - Sydney, Australia
For more information and to check out the job specifications, visit our Careers page.