Spectrum Regulation

HTZ is a comprehensive software solution for radio spectrum regulators for spectrum management and monitoring

Radio spectrum is the lifeblood of the radiocommunications industry. It’s the allotted frequencies or spectrum which supports all wireless communications. Spectrum regulation, also known as spectrum management, is the regulation of those frequencies to promote its efficient use and to maximise the net social benefit. Radio spectrum typically refers to the range of frequencies from 3 kHz to 300 GHz.

ATDI has been at the forefront of developing automated spectrum management solutions for national and regional spectrum regulators for over three decades.

Their solutions allow regulators to: 

  • Regulate the use of RF spectrum
  • Minimize interference
  • Automate frequency allocations and frequency sharing
  • Support emerging technologies
  • Coordinate the use of wireless spectrum with neighbours and other administrations
  • Manage back-office functions for admin, licensing  and billing
  • Facilitate data exchange with end users
  • Interface with monitoring solutions
  • Support spectrum re-farming and auctions

Key features include:

  • Management of EMC – electromagnetic capabilities and EMF - Health safety
  • Management of co-existence studies
  • Advanced reporting capabilities
  • White space device allocations
  • Dynamic spectrum allocations
  • Technology evaluations and business modelling
  • Identify candidate sites
  • Automatic network planning and optimization
  • Support spectrum monitoring
  • Enabling network proving
  • Engineering data sharing
  • International, bi-lateral and regional coordination
  • Integrating various data sources including GIS (multi-maps, multi-resolutions, WMS, WMTS)
  • Managing all wireless technologies from 8kHz to 1THz
  • Implementing ITU notices

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