In: Webinars 25 Sep 2018

The accuracy of propagation models is essential to ensuring coverage predictions are precise and meet network requirements. With no ‘truly’ universal propagation models available, this webinar aims to highlight to users the accuracy of specific propagation models by comparing their performance at different frequencies and propagation conditions.


The format for this event will be:

– Review of propagation models
– Assess components of propagation models and their impact on accuracy
– Understand measurements and how to test for accuracy

This event will be hosted by Alex Krasnojen, Lead engineer, who will demo real-life scenarios using ICS telecom.

Date: Thursday 11 October 2018
Time: 10 am GMT
Venue: Online

Register your interest today. Spaces are limited.

In: Webinars 25 Sep 2018

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: Thursday 1 November 2018
Time: 10.00am GMT onwards
Venue: Online

The programme for this event will be published nearer to the event. The session will include Q&A plus a handy hints session, sharing insight into time-saving features within the tools.

Register today  Spaces are limited.

In: Press releases, Webinars 04 Jun 2018

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ATDI is known for the consistency of its planning and modelling work. That quality is now being extended to the company’s user group meetings and webinars.

From September, all events will be on Thursdays. The monthly schedule will also change – one month will be a webinar, the next a user group meeting – and Thursday at 10 am UK time will be the start for all of them.

“Such consistency helps people plan,” says UK Marketing Director, Sarah Sasson. “We’re providing the predictable regularity that will help them organise their schedules. We know how much our customers appreciate the online support we offer so we are determined to make attending our events as easy as possible for them.”

The last user group before the summer break is on July 6. Events will begin again in September.