Spectrum sharing takes many forms with countless organisations looking for inventive ways to maximise the use of this vital resource. But in South Africa, the military is also looking to share its spectrum management tools. Branches of the army will give access to their RF Engineering tool, HTZ Warfare to users from the air and sea to support tactical military networks both nationally and internationally.
While each unit of the armed forces has unique uses for HTZ Warfare, it makes perfect sense to share this essential software. For example, the land Army currently uses HTZ to manage microwave links, HF and UHF/VHF comms. While the Navy plan to use it to assess the likelihood of potential interference with radars. These studies vary from analysing the impact of a new broadcast or mobile base station to mitigating the impact of MW links located near the radar. The Airforce plan to use it to optimise the flight paths for drones and other aircraft trajectories.
HTZ Warfare models all radio communications technologies between 8KHz and 1 THz. It exploits spectrum-dependent systems making it inherently suited for all areas of military and civil use. To arrange a demo or to discuss our licensing models, contact us today.
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