In: Exhibitions, Resources, Webinars 21 Sep 2016 Tags: , , , ,

ATDI is proud to announce its participation in the ITU-D Study Group 2 meeting this year. Participants will have the opportunity to share and promote innovative ICT solutions and achievements through a dedicated 30-minute presentation session from Mr. Haim MAZAR, Radio Spectrum Management ITU Expert and Mr. Rubén Perdiz, Business Development Manager.


The scope of ITU-D Study Group 2 meeting on “ICT applications, cyber security, emergency telecommunications and climate-change adaptation” is:

– Services and applications supported by telecommunications/ICTs.

– Building confidence and security in the use of ICTs.

– The use of telecommunications/ICTs in mitigating the impact of climate change on developing countries, and for natural disaster preparedness, mitigation and relief, as well as conformance and interoperability testing.

– Human exposure to electromagnetic fields and safe disposal of electronic waste.

– The implementation of telecommunications/ICTs, taking into account the results of the studies carried out by ITU T and ITU R, and the priorities of developing countries.


Date:                September 26th, 2016
Time:               18h00 – 18h30

Venue:             ITU, Geneva


Mr. Rubén Perdiz, Business Development Manager

Mr. Haim MAZAR, ATDI – RF Spectrum and Engineering
ITU Expert – Vice Chair ITU-R Study Group 5 (terrestrial services)



With 26 years of experience, ATDI offers the best of software products & expertise for radio spectrum management & monitoring, radio network planning, design & optimization, fiber optics.
ATDI develops and publishes HTZ and ICS software packages dedicated to Spectrum Management, Spectrum Monitoring, Communication Electronic Warfare, Radio Network Planning and Network Optimizing


More information about ATDI products & services:
Do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to book a meeting with ATDI during ITU Study Group 2 meeting.



In: Press releases, Services 15 Sep 2016 Tags: , , ,

Résultats des calculs de population couverte par les principaux groupes radiophoniques diffusant sur le territoire Français.

Deux méthodes sont utilisées pour les calculs (1) (2) :


La méthode (1) a pour but d’affiner les calculs de population couverte grâce à une meilleure répartition des habitants concentrés dans les zones bâties, et la prise en compte de tous les brouilleurs.

La méthode (2) a pour but d’affiner les calculs de population couverte grâce à une meilleure répartition, un modèle de propagation éprouvé donnant des résultats conformes à la réalité, la prise en compte de tous les brouilleurs et des C/I requis (rapports de protection en radiofréquence) adaptés à la qualité des filtres des récepteurs FM actuels.





Couverture modèle 1546


Corrélation mesures-prédictions modèle 1546



Couverture modèle Deygout 1994


Corrélation mesures-prédictions modèle Deygout 1994





Plus d’informations sur la méthode : ici



In: Exhibitions 01 Sep 2016 Tags: , , ,


ATDI is delighted to announce its’ attendance at this years’ AfricaCom conference and exhibition. This event will enable attendees to view Africa’s digital future, as well as providing opportunities to network and do business.

Date: 15-17 November 2016
Venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre, South Africa
Stand: C13b

Exhibitor: Mr. Laurent NOVEL

Check out the action and program of the event: here