HTZ warfare is a military radiocommunications planning and modelling tool for all technologies. It is an effective electronic warfare simulator and unmanned aerial vehicle mission management tool.
HTZ warfare is the world’s most advanced battlespace radiocommunications planning and modelling application, spanning the frequency range 9kHz to 400GHz. It includes much of the functionality of ICS telecom covering the computation of connectivity, traffic flow and interference between subscribers and nodes and other assets within any network. It also adds battlespace-specific functionality providing modelling of communications electronic warfare, unmanned aerial vehicle mission management and consideration of communications assets that use frequency hopping.
HTZ warfare incorporates analysis methods from leading institutions including the International Telecommunications Union (ITU). It models every established spectrum-dependant technology and emerging technologies are added when they have defined methods. Planning can be manual or automatic on standalone machine or networked computers.
HTZ warfare is a mature application that is under continuous development. Some 3,000 copies of the application have been sold to armies, air forces and navies worldwide. It represents an investment of around 40 man-years of research and software development.