HTZ Communications

Advanced radio network planning and optimisation >> Leveraging state-of-the-art 3D digital maps for high quality, accurate predictions
Radio network planning & optimisation
Automated frequency assignment & coordination
Coexistence analysis >> interference mitigation
Multiple radio system modelling on a single platform
Cartographic DB with DTM, clutter & 3D buildings
Integration of ITU & National Spectrum DB

HTZ Communications offers advanced radio network planning and optimisation capabilities for almost every technology from a few kHz to 1 THz. This integrated solution manages the entire radio planning lifecycle.

For over three decades, it has been the choice of spectrum regulators, critical communications and telecom operators, providing an unmatched degree of precision and quality for users.

HTZ  features a comprehensive propagation engine which supports the design of outdoor, indoor, and outdoor-indoor networks. It supports a library of over 50 empirical, deterministic and hybrid propagation models, including all ITU-R models, Okumura-Hata, Cost-Hata, Irregular Terrain Model-Longley Rice, ITU and 3GPP models.

HTZ Communications replaces ICS Telecom. ATDI offers an upgrade to any perpetual license users of ICS telecom to the latest version of HTZ communications.


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PRODUCT FEATURES

HTZ Communications supports every stage of the radio network lifecycle and continues to add value once the network goes live. The key features include:

  • Network design and modelling
  • Coverage calculations (multi-resolution, deterministic and statistical propagation models,
    outdoor, indoor, mixed outdoor/indoor, diffraction, lateral diffraction, troposcatter, subpath
    integration, climate components, absorption, reflections, 3D engines, user programmable models
    and analysis)
  • Coverage analysis and reports
  • Capacity planning and analysis
  • Traffic analysis
  • Terrain and field strength profiles

 

 

  • Interference analysis
  • Automatic frequency assignment
  • Automatic cell planning & site selection
  • Automatic parameter optimisation
  • Handover and neighbour planning
  • Antenna configuration analysis
  • Indoor analysis
  • KPI analysis
  • Measurements (correlation, tuning, import and others)
  • Localization features (based on TDOA and RSSI levels)
  • Multi RAT technologies and heterogeneous networks
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Technologies supported

  • Broadcast: Radio analogue & digital (FM, AM, LF/MF, TDAB...), TV analogue and digital (DVB, DVB-T2, ISDB-T, DMR, DVB-S, DVBS2…)
  • Radio cellular technologies: 5G-NR (FDD/TDD), LTE Advanced (latest 3GPP release ) UMTS, R99, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+, DB-HSDPA, DC-HSDPA, CDMA 2000 1x, CDMA 200 EV-DO, DCS, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, EDGE, Evolution PMR, Trunked Radio Systems (TETRA, TETRAPOL, APCO-25, MPT 1327), GSM-R, DCS, CDMA EVDOGPRS, Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/ac), WiMAX (802.16 a/d/e), MBSFN-LTE, NB-IoT (3GPP), IoT/LoRA/Sigfox, Wi-Fi, Ingenu, LoWPAN, RPMA, Zigbee, Enocean, ISA 100, LTE-M, LTE-R (TDD/FDD), ZWave, Mesh network, Smart Grid, CISCO smart grid technology, SCADA
  • Mission Critical Communication: VHF/UHF, DMR, HF, LINK11, LINK16, TETRA, PMR, TETRAPOL, P25, DMR, CDMA, CDMA 2000, TEDS, PR4G, PS-LTE, paging...
  • Satellite/Earth station
  • Microwave links & Point to Multi-Points
  • Aeronautical & UAVs: Communications (Ground To Ground/Ground To Air), Radio Navigation (GP, markers, Loc, MLAT, DME, TACAN, NDB, Markers, GBAS RX, MLS AZ, etc.) and Surveillance systems, drones
  • Radio-localisation: (DF/Sensors/MLAT, Telemetry, TDOA, RSSI, etc.)
  • Subscribers and User Equipment

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FAQs
Current Version

What is the recommended PC / laptop configuration?

We recommend the following hardware specification to run HTZ communications / HTZ Warfare:

Processor: x64 multicore (Intel™ I7 or better CPU) with 4 cores minimum
Memory: 16 GB or more (minimum 8 GB)
Graphics adapter: memory of 2 GB, OpenGL compatible, Full HD Display (1920 x 1080 minimum)
Graphic card: 2 GB, OpenGL compatible, Full HD (1920*1080 minimum)
Hard disk: SSD 1 TB or more. Storage: 2 TB
Internet access for map download and access to the online library
Microsoft Office™ x64
X64 Operating systems: Windows™ 7, Windows™ 8, Windows™ 10, Windows™ 11, Windows Server™ 2012, Windows Server™ 2016, Windows Server™ 2019, Windows Server™ 2022.

NB. FIPS encryption compatible.

What is the recommended server configuration

Memory: 16 GB and more (minimum 8 GB)
Processor: x64 multicore (Intel® I7 or better CPU) with 4 cores minimum
Hard disk: SSD 1 TB or more. Storage: 2 TB
x64 multicore (Intel™ I7 or better CPU) with 4 cores minimum
Internet access (for map download and access to the online library)
Graphics card: 2 GB, OpenGL compatible, Full HD (1920*1080 minimum)
x64 OS Operating systems: Windows™ 7, Windows™ 8, Windows™ 10, Windows™ 11, Windows Server™ 2012, Windows Server™ 2016, Windows Server™ 2019, Windows Server™ 2022

NB. FIPS encryption compatible.

What are the sources for ATDI map data?

Reliable map data is essential to support radio network planning. ATDI offers high-quality royalty-free digital maps to customers with a valid maintenance contract. This data is sourced from various resources, including LiDAR data, Corine land cover, and Open Street Map, …

Can I use my customised propagation model in HTZ?

HTZ allows users to integrate their custom propagation models into the software. For more information, please contact support@atdi.com

Can I model indoor propagation with HTZ?

Our software supports the complete network lifecycle including network design, planning and optimization. It allows engineers to model coverage from outdoor into indoor spaces and indoor to indoor, providing seamless coverage for end users.

Do you offer academic or research licenses?

ATDI offers Universities access to software licenses at a competitive price. Licenses can be purchased in packs depending on the end-user needs. Educational packs include access to a dedicated server license, which allows a maximum of simultaneous users depending on the pack purchased.

U-Pack 5: for 5 simultaneous users

U-Pack 10: for 10 simultaneous users

U-Pack 25: for 25 simultaneous users

R&D licenses are available for PhD students who wish to complete an original thesis and were proven to make a significant contribution to developing a subject or theory to the telecom market.

What's the difference between ICS telecom and HTZ?

Contributing over three decades of research and development to our software solutions, we can't be accused of standing still. Over 90% of our customers have now migrated to HTZ and are reaping the benefits from the improved user interface and user experience. Most importantly, the biggest advantage is the reassurance and support they get from their maintenance contract. This allows users to access all the latest HTZ releases including beta versions, get help from the technical support desk and access our comprehensive map data library. Contact your local office to discuss your upgrade today.

Can I still use my old dongle?

As part of the upgrade from ICST to HTZ, we now use soft key activation codes. These are installed in the software directory for standalone licenses or on the server. The license options for these are listed below:

Standalone licence/s: This licence is attached to one standalone PC or laptop. Once the licence has been activated, it remains attached to the computer where the activation is initiated. No other application or software tool is required for set-up. A standalone licence allows each user to operate up to three instances of the software (CALs) at any one time.

Server licence: A Licence Server Management Tool needs installing and the server licence must be activated on that Server. The Client computer will then connect to the server to activate their local license. Any computer connected to the LAN can use HTZ, with the number of concurrent users or sessions equal to the number of licences available. A server licence allows each user to activate one instance of the software (CAL) per licence at any one time.

What propagation models are available in HTZ?

Our software supports a plethora of propagation models. For the latest released version, contact our support helpdesk.

Deygout 1994
Deygout 1991
Deygout 1966
Bullington
Delta-BullingtonDiffraction
UTD3D Multipath: Ray-tracing and Lambertian reflections2D reflections: minima/maxima, reflection point, 2-ray model
Absorption (dB/km, mix Diffraction/absorption…)
ITU-R P.617-3
ITU-R P.617-5
ITU-R P.676-12
ITU-R F.1820-0
ITU-R P.840-8
ITU-R P.530-18
ITU-R P.837-7
ITU-R P.838-3
Crane
ITU-R P.525-4
ITU-R P.526-15
ITU-R P.526-11
ITU-R P.1546-6
ITU-R P.1812-6
ITU-R P.452-17
ITU-R P.452-14
ITU-R P.368-9
ITU-R P.1147-4
ITU-R P.528-3
ITU-R P.528-5
ITU-R P.2001-4
ITM-NTIA (Longley-Rice)
Durkin3GPP-LTE (urban/rural)
SUI
Okumura-Hata
Hata Seamcat modified
Hata Cost 231
Cost 231 open
OHD TSB-88
Hata modified by ACMA
Wojnar
Egli
ITU-R P.529-3
ITU-R P.370-7
Cardif (HTZ warfare only)
ITU-R P.533-13
African Broadcast
FCC 98
3GPP-LTE
Johnson-Gerhardt IF77
ITU-R M.1225-0
ITU-R P.2109-1
ITU-R P.2040-2
TSB-88
NBS 101
ITU-R P.618-13
ITM 122
Walfisch-Ikegami
Vigants

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What choices do you offer for hosting your software?

ATDI offers a choice of software hosting options. Our users adopt a desktop solution (standalone) or through LAN-server license or VPN (server) or via the end-user Virtual Machine (VM) or cloud-based server options (cloud).

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