spectrum-enginnering

SPECTRUM ENGINEERING

OFFERING A COMPREHENSIVE PORTFOLIO OF SERVICES TO SUPPORT EVERY RADIO TECHNOLOGY.

SUPPORTING INDUSTRY WITH SPECTRUM ENGINEERING SERVICES

Measuring and defining the spectrum is of little use unless you can also manipulate it and put it to work. Spectrum engineering is all about making limited frequency resources produce maximum returns.

Spectrum engineering involves mitigation of interference, enabling frequency and band sharing and spectrum re-farming.

ATDI act as an effective intermediary between network operators and hardware manufacturers providing advice and workable solutions for issues relevant to network operators today.

CASE STUDIES

THE PLANNING POWER THAT AIRPORTS TRUST

The first stage was the creation of a 3D terrain model containing buildings which make up the redeveloped airport terminal. The proposed radio sites are placed in the environment and configured with the corresponding equipment. Coverage maps are calculated using propagation models appropriate for the complex digital terrain. Using this data the airport management could determine the number of stations needed to optimize its network.

MAKING THE TURBINES TURN SAFELY

ATDI plan and model potential interference problems from wind farms for developers and provide mitigation techniques. Similarly, the company has also facilitated communications between wind farm companies and air traffic controllers, with the aim of resolving issues before a problem occurs. This saves money for developers and ensures the safety of air passengers.

CONTROLLING DATA AND PUTTING IT TO WORK

After analysing the import of external operator data into the database management system, procedures were created to use the new Harmonised Computer Method (HCM) functionality component within HTZ communications. On receipt of information about the base stations from operators, the regulator was able to import, access and amend data as required. Ultimately, the end result was a database incorporating every tower and its function across the country.

This enabled the regulator to provide adequate radiocommunications services across the nation, while assuring the Green lobby that power was not being wasted nor were the population being subjected to unnecessarily emissions.

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