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The Australian government’s scientific research agency, CSIRO, has renewed its license for ICS telecom EV. CSIRO is using the software tool to ensure there is no interference between deep-space observation radars and rail networks. ATDI was chosen to represent the interests of Paris urban rail operator RAPT at CEPT; RAPT’s focus is on compatibility between Road [...]
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Taking time out

ATDI’s technical director Nick Kirkman is taking time away from the company to deal with a health issue. “There is a challenge to come but lots of people have been through that challenge very successfully,” Nick comments. “I definitely plan on being back at work the moment the medical people say that is OK.” ATDI UK managing [...]
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ATDI increases ITU involvement

ATDI’s contribution to world radiocommunication regulations and green standards has been stepped up with the company’s new membership of ITU-T. ITU-T is working on global coordination and ATDI’s membership will give the company greater influence over ITU-T policy, scope of study groups and the appointment of officers. Spearheading ATDI’s involvement will be company spectrum and licensing specialist [...]

MUSIC AND AIR SAFETY IN THE SEYCHELLES

An island nation has deepened its understanding of reconciling FM broadcasts with aviation navigation systems. ATDI prepared a report for the spectrum regulator in The Seychelles, the Department of Information Communications Technology (DICT), on compatibility between Band II broadcast and instrument landing system (ILS) localiser, VHF omni-directional radio range (VOR) and VHF communications (COM) equipment operating [...]
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ATDI’s scope and scale

A company is measured by its breadth and depth. ATDI’s depth is its 30-year working relationship with regulators, governments, armed forces and commercial companies; its breadth is growing all the time with a range of new agreements with customers new and old. “No company can afford to stand still,” says ATDI vice president Gilles Missud, “and it’s [...]

Beavering away

It’s hard work looking after Beavers but ATDI’s UK office manager Jodie Forrest wouldn’t have it any other way. Jodie is an assistant leader of Beaver Scouts in her home town of Crawley and says that volunteering brings many rewards, most notably being able to contribute to young peoples’ pleasure and development. Beaver Scouts are for the [...]

The view from here…

ATDI lead engineer Simon Parsons in The Seychelles Here in The Seychelles, it’s 2500 miles to the nearest other landmass, so cross-border interference is not an issue.  The crowded bands of Europe are a distant nightmare although you can perhaps detect it in the regulations that the Seychelles still conform to even if it doesn’t really [...]

Asian Defence Expo 2018 – ADECS

ATDI welcome customers, both old and new, at Asia’s leading defence expo – the Asian Defence Expo – currently being held at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore. ADECS is a leading defence and military exhibition focussed specifically on trends and opportunities within the Asia Pacific region. ATDI will be meeting and greeting at stand D16 [...]
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Working with Ofcom

Broadcaster information is now flowing smoothly at the UK spectrum regulator Ofcom thanks to a new database created by ATDI. ATDI won a contract to streamline its central database of all radio and television stations for the UK as well as international coordination. It was a task that required the melding of a disparate range of [...]

ATDI’s Christmas cheer for the vulnerable

The value of a radio to a rough sleeper has been laid out in a BBC documentary. In the programme homeless people in Brighton said that a radio is a wonderful tool to combat the unremitting loneliness of living on the streets. ATDI is helping to relieve that sense of isolation by distributing wind-up radios and torches across the [...]