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Webinar: Inteference

This webinar aims to demonstrate how to model different types of interference that a radio receiver could expect in ATDI’s ICS suite of tools. Webinar content will cover: – Intermodulation; – Blocking; – Small signal interference. Date: Thursday 10 December 2015 Time: 10am GMT Venue: Online Target audience: Customer only To register for this event: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6544523376349047809
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FAQ Friday – January 2016

Sign up to our first user group session for 2016. This online session is broken down into two or three 10-minute presentations from an ATDI expert engineer followed by analysis and discussion led by questions from attendees. Our next event: Date: Friday 8 January 2016 Time: 12.30 onwards Subjects for this weeks’ event: – How to change the antenna reference from dBi to dBd; – How to change station icons [...]
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Webinar: Using clutter

This webinar aims to look at the different uses of clutter layers within ATDI’s software solutions to ensure users get the best results every time. Webinar content will include: Understanding basic clutter layers Methods for generating clutter: polygons / using subscribers Editing the clutter attributes Modifying and changing clutter areas Using the clutter layers in coverage and profile predictions / for traffic demand [...]
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Critical Comms World

ATDI will be attending the 18th annual Critical Comms World exhibition this year. This premier event attracts more than 4000 critical communications professionals and offers attendees an extensive conference agenda plus the opportunity to network and visit an extensive exhibition. Join ATDI at this event: Date: 31 May – 2 June 2016 Venue: RAI, Amsterdam Info: http://criticalcommunicationsworld.com/ Stand: B7
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FAQ Friday – 3 June 2016

Sign up to our June User group meeting. This online session is broken down into three or four 10-minute presentations from an ATDI expert engineer followed by analysis and discussion led by questions from attendees. Our next event: Date: Friday 3 June  2016 Time: 12.30 onwards Subjects to be covered will be posted nearer the time. In addition, this event includes a handy hints session [...]

Eurosatory – Defence & Security International Exhibition

ATDI is pleased to announce its attendance at this years’ largest defence and security exhibition. Event: Eurosatory Venue: Paris, France Stand: Hall 5 – Stand HG511 Date: 13-17 June 2016 ATDI look forward to welcoming you.
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Webinar: Modelling LTE

Want to learn more about modelling LTE? This webinar is a ”must’ attend for engineers who are looking to plan link budgets, manage coverage and interference analysis and handle traffic allocation and management. The event will consist of live demos with an opportunity at the end of the event for questions and answers. Date: Thursday 16 [...]
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Join ATDI at the 26th Annual CommunicAsia Event

ATDI looks forward to welcoming new and existing customers to the stand at the 26th Annual CommunicAsia incorporating Broadcast Asia. Date: June 2 – 5 2015 Venue: Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Join us at booth, BJ3 – 06 to learn more about radio planning solution for Broadcast network and ATDI’s comprehensive radio planning and modelling tools. Contact Jin Hwang, jhwang@atdi.com if you [...]
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Webinar: ICS telecom masterclass

Over two and a half decades of development has resulted in the latest version of Europe’s leading radio planning and modelling software. The latest versions of ICS telecom, ICS designer and HTZ warfare, will be launched to an audience of professionals in June to an online user-group. This session will demonstrate some of the new and improved [...]
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Webinar: Propagation modelling

This webinar will cover the various types and uses of propagation models within ICS telecom and HTZ warfare. It will consider where these models are appropriate and identify the various limitations of each of the models. Focussing on the more common models, the event will demonstrate through live demonstrations their application. Date: Thursday 21 May 2015 Time: 10.00 BST This event will [...]
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