ATDI provide battlespace spectrum management solutions for military, government departments and security agencies. HTZ Warfare is a radio network planning and spectrum engineering tool for the deployment, network optimisation and real-time analysis of tactical military communications.
HTZ Warfare features dedicated military functions for the management of military communications links, electronic warfare sensors, radio jammers and radars. It enables network operators to plan missions using receivers, direction-finding and communications jamming equipment. Using HTZ Warfare, sensors can be deployed and optimised to maximise the probability of mission success, while minimising the number of sensors that need to be deployed. HTZ Warfare is capable of modelling airborne, terrestrial and maritime platforms.
As well as mission planning for live operations, ATDI’s battle-proven systems are also used for operational analysis to aid the development of new systems and to assess emerging technologies.
HTZ Warfare is a complete software solution for the management of electronic warfare communications.
Network simulation – for spectrum engineering tactical mission planning and analysis;
Mission planning – to provide support to tactical units in the field and provide command centre secure communication lines;
Radar detection capability analysis – predicting the areas and elevations for radar coverage;
Jamming efficiency analysis – identifying areas where the jammer can be effective in interrupting enemy communications;
Automation capabilities – to customise workflows to support different end-user requirements or system capabilities. This simplifies interfaces for software users who may not have a radio propagation background or users who are in the field;
UAV/UAS mission planning – including integration between ground-to-air and air-to-air services and ability to model coexistence with other communication service users;
Network modelling – to model dynamic military scenarios and featuring on-the-move capability;
Flightpath RF simulation analysis – importing flight-path information and conducting propagation modelling and communication validation.
Dedicated military functions - including direction finding, jamming and radar features.
HTZ Warfare is a dedicated RF engineering tool for the design, analysis and management of networks using the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS). This feature-specific software supports military units around the globe and the key benefits include:
HTZ Warfare is an advanced battlespace RF planning and modelling software for spectrum engineering for tactical mission planning and analysis.
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HTZ warfare is used extensively to manage UAV/UAS networks. These networks often require integration between ground-to-air, air-to-air services and complex scenarios for compatibility with other civilian and military communication services.
View our Counter drone demo.
HTZ warfare supports communications between sea to sea, sea to air and land to sea in a maritime environments.
The complex scenarios for coverage, interference and intermodulation, which can be 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.
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HTZ warfare repeatedly performs highly accurate propagation predictions.
HTZ warfare supports the design and modelling of TETRA, PMR/DMR, P25 and PS- LTE networks. It manages key functions such as coverage, capacity, site parameters and neighbour planning and optimisation.
It provides the highest levels of reliability, availability and resilience of critical communications networks. And allows operators to migrate smoothly to broadband connectivity and new technologies. Key features include:
View our TETRA network planning demo.
HTZ warfare is designed to predict HF Groundwave and Skywave propagation parameters, including Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR), Maximum usable frequency (MUF), Frequency of Optimum Transmission (FOT), Field Strength and reliability. The key features include:
HTZ Warfare supports microwave link design for networks in any frequency band. It features an integral propagation model library which covers the frequency range 30MHz up to 300GHz.
This multi-functional tool enables users to manage multiple technologies in one project. Key features include:
View our Microwave frequency assignment demo.
We recommend the following hardware specification to run HTZ communications / HTZ Warfare:
Processor: Intel i7 processor 2.4 GHz or higher
Memory: 16GB of RAM
Hard drive: 250 GB SSD
Graphics card: 2GB dedicated display card supporting DirectX and OpenGL
Monitor 16 inch or higher
Memory: 16GB and more (minimum 4GB)
Processor: x64 multicore (Intel® I7 or better CPU) with 4 cores minimum
Storage: 1To Minimum
Hard drive: SSD 512GB or more
Internet access (Map access, online library)
Graphics card: 2GB, OpenGL compatible, Full HD (1920*1080)
x64 OS Operating systems: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2019
Microsoft Office x64
HTZ allows users to integrate their custom propagation models into the software. For more information, please contact email@example.com
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.
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.
Our software supports a plethora of propagation models. For the latest released version, contact our support helpdesk.
UTD3D Multipath: Ray-tracing and Lambertian reflections2D reflections: minima/maxima, reflection point, 2-ray model
Absorption (dB/km, mix Diffraction/absorption…)
Hata Seamcat modified
Hata Cost 231
Cost 231 openWalfisch-Ikegami
Hata modified by ACMA
Cardif DGA (HTZ warfare only)
BLMFCC 98ITM 122
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).
To ensure our users make the most from their software, we offer an annual maintenance-service contract which offers access to:
Technical Support helpdesk – providing remote technical support and assistance. Our team of experts will diagnose, clarify and correct any issues that occur using our software from Monday-Friday 09.00-17.00 CET.
Software updates – providing timely software updates ensuring our software solutions keep up-to-date with technology developments and are free of errors.
Access to our map data library – providing users with royalty-free cartography ready for direct import into our software solutions.
We offer two licensing options: perpetual license for indefinite use and hire licenses.
Users can download the software onto as many machines as required. This software is activated in two ways:
Standalone license: This version is fixed to a standalone PC or laptop. Once the license has been activated, it remains attached to the machine where the activation is initiated. No other software application is required for set up. A standalone license allows each user to operate three instances of the software (CALs) at any one time.
Server license: This option requires a License Server Management Tool to be installed and the license must be activated on that Server. The Client computer then connects to the server to activate their license. Any computer connected to the LAN can use the software, with the number of concurrent users or sessions equal to the number of licenses available. A server license allows each user to activate one instance of the software (CAL) per license at any one time.