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FAQ Friday – June 2017

Join our monthly 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. Date: Friday 9 June 2017 Time: 10.00am GMT onwards This event will cover: Comparing radio coverage of two networks; Attaching coverage to station Using the general filter. Using the rectangle tool. Selecting/deleting vectors – inside or [...]

FESTIVE SEASON IN THE BAG…

ATDI has donated 25 potentially life-saving sleeping bags to rough sleepers in Brighton as part of its Christmas celebrations. This style of  bag is relied on by mountaineers down to temperatures of minus 6; ATDI’s contribution was handed over to the Antifreeze charity for distribution across the city. Antifreeze manager Steve Bunton says: “I want to express [...]
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Aeronautical Propagation model gets an upgrade

ATDI’s 25-year development of its software continues to touch all areas of the suite of tools. The latest enhancement is to the Aeronautical Propagation Model. Originally a standalone function, the propagation model has been part of ICS telecom, HTZ warfare and ICS designer for some time. Its latest version now works with long point to point [...]

Frequency planning with ICS telecom

The fundamentals of frequency assignment were tackled in an ATDI webinar. Presented by technical director Nick Kirkman, the session addressed setting up channel plans and frequency assignments, assignment logic rules within the assignment engine. “Like all our online sessions, the webinar was driven by customer requests,” Nick says. “The areas we discussed are at the core of [...]

Making trains an online location

Keeping rail passengers connected during their journey was a theme of the latest FAQ Friday webinar run by ATDI. Operations director Paul Grant demonstrated the capabilities of the company’s ICS suite of tools in planning and modelling networks in a linear environment such as a rail line or road. “ATDI has been involved in networks for travellers [...]

ATDI presents at ITU Study Groups

ATDI’s role in ITU discussions was highlighted by a company presentation to a study group meeting. An ITU-D Study Group (SG) 2 meeting heard a 30-minute presentation from ATDI experts Rubén Perdiz and Dr. Haim Mazar addressing services and applications supported by information technology, and building confidence and security in the use of the technology. On [...]
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Commonwealth Spectrum Management Forum 2016

ATDI will participate in the 2016 Commonwealth Spectrum Management Forum and exhibition taking place in Yaoundé, Cameroon. Date: 2-7 November Venue: Hotel Mont Febe, Yaoundé, Cameroon Website: http://www.cto.int/events/upcoming-events/the-commonwealth-spectrum-management-forum/ The aim of this event is to support stakeholders in spectrum management ranging from spectrum planning and assignment to spectrum usage and recovery. The main topics to be covered include:  Implementing WRC 15 [...]

A BREXIT with no interference

The biggest problem the impending Brexit has caused for the radiocommunications industry is how to keep networks propagating through all that hot air. While politicians are yet to reveal their comprehensive strategy for a painless divorce and a vocal minority are still crying foul over the referendum, calmness and cohesion may be provided by equipment manufacturers. “Phone [...]
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New mapping data boosts business growth

ATDI is mapping the way to the future for a rapidly expanding internet company. Metronet (UK) describes itself as the country’s fastest-growing network services provider and is consolidating its expansion with the acquisition of internet infrastructure and hosting company m247. Metronet’s new spurt of growth is based in part on its purchase of map data along with [...]
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Setting the pace of business

There are no shortcuts to jobs in senior management, and ATDI managing director Sarah Byrne is taking the thousand-mile route. Sarah enjoys setting herself a new challenge each January and the goal for 2016 was to walk 1000 miles before the year is out. “The idea came from Country Walking magazine,” Sarah says. “When I saw it, [...]
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