ATDI offers sophisticated communications Electronic Warfare planning tools for all technologies operating in from HF to SHF. ATDI has sold electronic warfare tools to a number of Armed Forces and Government Agencies of countries in Europe, USA and other parts of the world. The softwares are used as a standalone planner, or as part of a larger system, including direction finders, intercept receivers, jamming systems and RPVs (remotely piloted vehicles). The systems can be used on a laptop PC and can be interfaced directly to a GPS system to provide positioning information.
ATDI’s CEW software suite covers:
Military police network planning and optimization
Training area communications planning
Safety communications for weapons firing ranges
Fixed microwave network planning and optimization
Fixed and mobile HF-VHF-UHF-SHF communications, including emergency systems following all-out war
Convoy protection planning, both for humanitarian operations and domestic convoys involving VIPs or special weapons
Event communications, such as air displays, open days and ceremonial
Planning and optimization of ground to air communications such as air traffic systems
Planning and optimization of automatic direction finding systems for lost aircraft or aircraft in distress
And can provide the following capabilities (the list is only an indication of the main features and is by no means exclusive):
Worlwide map data.
The ability to examine links between communications assets and assess the performance of the link in detail. All simulations are based on proven, accurate simulation methods.
The ability to move individual sites and analyze communications capability virtually instantly.
The ability to assess the impact of communication site failure on the overall network so that contingency planning can be included as part of the normal system design process.
The ability to quickly assess the risk of interception or jamming by known enemy electronic warfare assets.
The ability to identify network capabilities for moving elements such as convoys moving through hostile territory. Suitable locations for talk-through sites can be quickly identified.
The ability to analyze operating terrain and to manipulate 3D images of the battlefield from any angle.
The ability to design complete communications networks, including the ability to minimize interference, assign frequencies and generate alternate communications plans.
The electronic warfare aspects of communications planning can also be included by analyzing intercept vulnerability, identifying the possible effects of enemy jamming and developing plans to overcome these factors.
"Quick look" analyses which allow the planner to change any aspect of a network and view the effect virtually instantaneously. This includes the ability to quickly assess the effect of failure or enemy action on the network. This helps planning for survivability.
The ability to plan for the deployment of intercept receivers, including intercept coverage assessment and gap identification, maximizing the efficiency of deployed sensors or minimization of assets assigned to a given objective, planning communications between intercept units and central analysis cells and providing the planner with the tools required to plan an evolving network which can move with the operation.
The tools needed to plan direction finder deployments, with best site searching, DF baseline coverage assessment and communications planning between assets. The system can be integrated with DF systems so that DF hits can be displayed directly on the planner's screen.
Tools for the planning of offensive communications jamming missions, including asset optimization, communications planning and assessments of jamming effects on own communications systems.
The ability to determine the vulnerable points in known enemy communications systems, and to prioritize targets for attack.
Equipment and technology parameters specification
Validation and enhancement...
Hot line support
Propagation model development
Database integration and migration
HTZ warfare is the world’s most advanced battlespace radiocommunications planning and modelling application, spanning the frequency range 9kHz to 400GHz.
PNC is a compact companion for military mission planners and spectrum managers to enable them to plan, design and model point-to-point links and area coverage for radio systems. The tool, which runs on a handheld, laptop or desktop computer, was designed by ATDI in consultation with UK military planners and is intended primarily for use in the field.