The most comprehensive advanced radio planning solution for electronic warfare and tactical communications
HTZ warfare features a comprehensive set of advanced radio planning and spectrum engineering capabilities, that enables the design and optimization of military communication networks for frequencies ranging from a few kHz up to 450GHz. Unique communication electronic warfare and tactical communications features allow accurate battlefield communications, advanced mission planning and spectrum management. HTZ warfare manages multi-technologies from VLF to EHF on a same project.
HTZ warfare is developed for and used worldwide by:
Police, Emergency, Border patrol and Security services
Military equipment integrators
Main functions of HTZ warfare
Avanced Radio planning
Network coverage calculation
Network coverage analysis
Communication Electronic Warfare
Battlefield communications modeling
Radar (coverage, countermeasurement...)
Automatic frequency assignment
Map builder (DTM, Clutter, Buildings, Vectors)
Online map servers
Technologies: Radio analog and digital, TV analog and digital, PMR analog and digital, Mobile 2G/3G/4G, LTE, WIFI, WIMAX, Radar, Satellite, Microwave-links, Broadband wireless access, Radio-localisation, Jamming, Counter-measurement, Telemetry, Paging, Drones, AMR, Smart grids, Point to point, Point to multi-points, HF, Aeronautical, UAVs...
This includes coexistence studies between different technologies from 8 kHz to 450 GHz: AM, FM, TVA, PMR, TETRA, DAB, DMB, DTV, DVB, VOR, ILS, COM, GSM, GSM-R ETCS and non ETCS, DCS, LTE, eMBMS, SRD, RLAN, DRM, MFAM, WIMAX, CDMA, WCDMA, CDMA 2000, WIBRO, ISDB, ATSC, CMMB, DME, DMR, WIFI, MLAT, SCDMA. HF, Satellites (GSO, NGSO, constellations), Microwave links, Mesh, Smart-Grid, LoRa tm, AMR, P2P, P2MP, Wind turbine, Radar (Ground, Air), Direction finder, User defined technologies. Fixed modulation, Adaptive modulation, SISO, MIMO, AAS, TDD, FDD, COFDM, SFN, MFN…
HTZ warfare enables to develop rapidly and economically wide networks in Indoor, Outdoor, Indoor/Outdoor and Mixed environement (Urban, Rural, Sea...) in Full 3D with a resolution up to 0.1 meter.
HTZ warfare comes as an “all-in-one” solution covering the full radio spectrum and all radio technologies. It is provided with worldwide cartographic data base including digital terrain model, clutter and image layers.
A perpetual license of HTZ warfare includes:
HTZ warfare software license
Technical support during 1 year (telephone, email) (*)
Maintenance agreement with access to regular software updates during 1 year (*)
1 day per year of software training on ATDI premises or on site (excluding travel and living expenses)
Access to ICS online during 1 year which includes (*):
50 MB of storage (more storage for additional price) Possibility to upload radio coverage and sites Data sharing (public or protected by password) Access to BRIFIC database Export stations and MW Access to 20 meters world wide DTM (from 01.01.2013)
(*) : Can be renewed on a yearly basis from the second year following the PO.
Multi-technology platform: Fixe, Mobile, Satellite, P2P, PmP from 8 kHZ to 450 GHz Spectrum Engineering Spectrum Monitoring Interference Analysis and Frequency Planning EMC Health Safety International and Regional Coordination Automatic Network Planning and Optimisation Population and Traffic Analysis Automatic Model Tuning Advanced Reporting Capabilities Mixed Indoor / Outdoor Calculations Co-existence management studies White Space Device calculations Wind turbines Interference and Constraints Prospective Planning Multimap/Multiresolution Advanced GIS WMS/WMTS Geoportals, Street View, Map server Digital Map Builders Site searching, site candidates, optimizing Coverage calculation (UL/DL) Reverse coverage calculation RSCP coverage calculation Pilot coverage calculation Direction finder coverage efficiency Direction finder localization efficiency Radar coverage Microwave link path budget Traffic analysis Coverage analysis and interference maps: composite coverage, best servers, closest server, overlapping, simultaneous servers, CX received, Interference on best server, global interference, protected field strength, SNIR, RSRQ, RSRP, SOFDMA, C/I, C/N+I, Threshold degradation, protection margin, interference on serving cell, server position, 1st server, 2nd server, 3th server, normal and log-normal distributions, multiple log-normal signals, Ec/I0 forward, Ec/I0 pilot pollution, Eb/N0, SFN, COFDM, MFN vs SFN, power sum, quadratic power sum, power flux density, margin, reliability, delay spread, time of arrival, differences, TDOA, TSOA, DME (multilateration), handover… Frequency planning and advanced interferences analysis (multiple constraints) Population Analysis Area analysis Polygon analysis Co-existence between analogue and digital networks Frequency planning and Spectrum Optimization SFN and COFDM network planning and optimizing Point to Point analysis, interference and frequency assignment Microwave link network design Point to Multi-point analysis, interference and frequency assignment Ground satellite stations Satellite (coverage, interference) NGS, GSO and constellations Cell planning Coverage analysis Interference calculation Site Validation Network Analysis Network Design and Roll-out Multi-service traffic modeling Direct calculation modes (profiles, indivisibility, FS calculation, site searching Full 3D radioplanning Route planning Area planning Station and Site parameters optimizing Site searching (target points, polygons, lines, path) Network frequency usage Code assignment Physical layer cell identities Grade of service, Erlang and Throughput maps LTE throughput maps LTE carrier Aggregation Radar interference Radar countermeasures Jamming efficiency Radio localisation Microwave link adaptive modulation support COFDM enhancement by mixing SFN/MFN networks COFDM: First server, strongest server, First server+margin, Maximum C/I Delay spread, TOA Coverage server selector Station sorting Coordinate converter HCM antenna builder Spectrum XXI antenna builder IRF/NFD calculator Color mixing preview and 3x3 filters Sector service area display Radiated cable support Station azimuth and tilt optimizing Satellite interference UL/DL (space ->earth and earth->space) Neighbor calculation improved (RSRQ checking, inter-networks, ordering) Threshold limited polygon calculation Clustering (Smart grids, mesh networks...) HTZ spectrum data sharing BRIFIC access Export Google Earth (composite and site by site coverage) White-space map calculation (multi-technologies): Devices or Routers vs Licensed service areas (C/I mode) Licensed services vs Devices or Routers (IRF and C/I modes) Licensed services vs earth Satellite Rx (GSO, NGSO, Constellations) Devices vs Devices or Routers vs Routers or Devices vs Routers (IRF mode) Devices or Routers vs Polygons or Routes (PFD)
UKPM file support (from 0.01 m to 100 m resolution) LTE vs DTT WSD vs DTT Multiple log-normal signal calculator (Schwartz & Yeh / Fenton-Wilkinson) UKPM household automatic update LTE PCI planning (maximizing and optimizing modes) LTE RSI planning (maximizing, randomizing and optimizing modes) LTE Parenting CQI and throughput mapping support ICI enhancement System overhead calculator MIMO SD / SU / MU / AAS support SNIR maps (PDSCH, PDCCH, PBCH) RSRQ maps RSRP maps Maximal and n-maximal RSRP value for each pixel (RSRP coverage analysis /servers/1st, 2nd, 3rd server) Probability of getting a given RSRP value over a defined threshold (normal distribution SNIR function) Coverage reliability based on RSRP – yes/no based on prediction reliability % (normal distribution + filter: i.e. >=100%) Number of sectors with satisfactory RSRP value (RSRP coverage analysis /Simultaneous) Maximal and n-maximal RSRQ value for each pixel (RSRQ map: 1st, 2nd and 3rd server) Probability of given RSRQ value over a defined threshold (normal distribution SNIR function + RSRQ map: 1st, 2nd and 3rd server) Coverage reliability based on RSRQ – yes/no based on prediction reliability % (normal distribution + filter: i.e >=100%) Number of sectors with satisfactory RSRQ value (RSRQ maps/simultaneous servers) Probability of getting a given RSRP value over a defined threshold (RSRP coverage analysis/Coverage probability…) Number of sectors with a RSRP value different from serving sector RSRP not more than for a given value (RSRP coverage analysis/Simultaneous different from best server…) Connectivity report: RSRP, Best server, RSRQ, SNIR PDSCH, SNIR control channel, Throughput / RB Prospective planning LTE Coordinated Multi-Point Operation Parenting LTE: schedulers Rodin Robin, Proportional Fair and Max SNR Uplink SNIR map (Monte-Carlo and Noise rise methods) Monte-Carlo (SNIR, RSRP, RSRQ, PUSCH and connect) User defined SNIR vs Throughput tables (UL and DL) Reports: QoS, Throughputs… Full symmetrical and asymmetrical support Includes all technical required parameters (ERP/EIRP, antenna height, channel & frequency, bandwidth, radiation patterns, modulation) Support multiple bandwidth Support multiple channels definition Support Wimax FDD and TDD modes Support multiple carrier modes Support FUSC and PUSC modes Support digital television systems (DVB-T, DVB-T2, DVB-H, ISDBT, CMMB, DTBM, ATSC) Consideration of receiving antenna directivity (ITU 419, OET 69, user defined) Support analogue television systems (BG, H, I, DK, D, K1, L, N, M) Support FM mono and stereo systems Capacity to plan indoor networks based on scanned 2D plans Interference analysis with support of SNIR interference maps Automatic frequency assignment User-definable interference constraints for co-channel, adjacent channels, N+2… Intermodulation interference restrictions Various deterministic and empirical algorithm methods (iterative, exhaustive, Monte Carlo…) Path profile analysis Automatic site seeking functions Handover analysis Subscriber definition including traffic demand based on service flows Parenting functions including both service flows and bit rate control (considering adaptive modulation) Modelling of user equipment, user profiles, and environment types Network dimensioning for mixed voice/data according to the traffic distribution
Import, display, and analysis of drive test data with all the market formats (TEMS, CSV, ASCII, FTM …) Prediction/measurements comparison and analysis Automatic propagation model tuning Import / Export CSV and XML files Complete GE06 coordination process Geneva 84 Stockholm 61 Compatibility with aeronautical services (SM1009) ICAO Building Resticted Areas UFS & NFS calculations Natura 2000 support Human hazard HCM Support for multiple cell types (fetmo cell, micro cell, macro, repeater…) Support for GSM, DCS, CDMA, TETRA,and GSM systems Modelling of GPRS, EDGE, EDGE Evolution Modelling of Macro, Micro, Pico, indoor cells and repeaters Support of multi band network-band networks (all the GSM and CDMA bands supported by 3GPP without restriction) Modeling of concentric cells Support for frequency hopping Traffic analysis including calculation of KPIs such blocking rate QoS… Traffic spreading between cell layers with traffic overflow modelling User-definable interference constraints for BCCH and TCH channels User-definable interference constraints for co-channel, adjacent channels, N+2… Antenna parameter optimization (height, azimuth, tilt...) Support of FDD and TDD modes Support of the 3G, 3.5G evolutions (UMTS, HSDPA, Ev-DO, 1xEv-DO) Support for multiple carriers Support of all the UTRAN bands specified by 3GPP (without restrictions) UMTS equipment modelling including power sharing (Pilot channel, Paging and Synchronization channels) 2G ->3G swap modelling Plot prediction of voice (R99) and data services (R99/HSDPA) Scrambling code pollution Scrambling code planning and audit RSRP Plot predictions Pilot pollution Plot predictions Ec/I0 Plot predictions (Including power control features) HSDPA Plot predictions PN code planning UMTS Traffic analysis features based on Monte Carlo Method Multi RAT (Radio Access Technology) network planning Multi RAT networks on the same project Unified network databases (2G, 3G, 4G, WiFi…) Unified multi-service traffic model (EDGE, WiFI, UMTS, LTE) Integrated planning and optimization for 3GPP (GSM/EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA/WiFi/LTE) technologies Inter-technology handover modelling (new 3GPP release 12 about LTE <-> Wi-Fi HO included) LTE 3GPP models 3D models for urban center LTE support of all the carrier bandwidths (1.4MHz, 3MHz, 5MHz, 10MHz, 15MHz, 20MHz) Support of 4G OFDMA for Downlink and SC-OFDM for Uplink Support Frame structure (Type 1 and Type 2) Support Cyclic prefix (Normal CP and Extended CP) Support of the adaptive switching between the standards transmission modes 4G equipment modelling including predefined (or user-definable) power sharing (RS, PCFICH, PBCH, PDCCH, PDSCH) Support of the PRACH (Various formats) Support of the PUSCH channel Support of the ICIC scheme RSRP coverage simulation RSRP coverage analysis (composite, best server, second best server...overlapping, best server + offset…) QCI plot coverage (Priority bearers)
Traffic analysis based on the standard 4G Schedulers (Rodin Robin, Max SNIR, and Proportional Fair) Cell network dimensioning for mixed voice/data traffic and timeslot configurations per TRX Traffic analysis including calculation of KPIs such blocking rate QoS… Traffic spreading between cell layers with traffic overflow modelling Fractional Frequency reuse Soft Frequency Reuse Inter-cell Interference Coordination ICIC schemes RACH preamble planning (Root Sequence Index) with various methods W measurements, drive test data and KPIs import Backhauling, Backbone, Mesh, SDH, PDH, Short links Path budget Threshold degradation Multipath Ellipsoid clearance Multi-K factors Reliability Objective and performance Space diversity Frequency diversity Reliability ITU-R 530, Barnett Vigant,Siemens Protection area I/N, C/N+I, C/I, TD, Spurious support NFD convolution products from ETSI .ts and .rif files Frequency plans, list and frequency bands Reporting Parity checking 3D modelling (>= 0.1 m resolution) RPE (antenna) database ITU-R patterns Enhanced cross-polar calculation Display link status (margin, threshold degradation...) Equipment database Cox and Feeder database Antenna databases Mux database Optimizing (height of pylon, Power) SQL databases online and offline Passive plan and B2B (path budget and interference) Threshold limited polygons RRC04 Effective heights Fast coverage+interference (ITU-R 370 and ITU-R 1546) GE06 conformity Aeronautical SM1009 coordination Compatibility report (K-lnm, Bonn, Chester, SMM, Psum) UFS, NFS, UFS delta, SFN test points, Allotments, GE06 contours Geneva 84, 89, Stokholm 61 FCC broadcast contours FCC distance calculation NZ broadcast coordination (complete, PL and MED analysis) OFCOM DTT vs LTE (multiple log-normal signals) Schwartz and Yeh Fenton - Wilkinson method Constraint areas (obstacles and perturbators) Height constraints (elevation, intervisibility) Radar constraint areas Power constraints (omni, directive and splitted antennas) Windfarms (test points, interference maps, P2P interference, Radar interference): Simple plan reflector, ITU-R 805, User defined patterns... Human Hazard: full 3D exposure model, EEC 1999/519, Power exposure / 24h ICS manager complete integration Border coordination and border agreement Radar horizon tour EMC: Interference, Noise desensitization Intermodulation GMF: assignment and interference Off axis angle map Depression angle map Tilt map Antenna diagram constraint definition HCM antenna matching Broadband wireless access coordination COFDM launch delay assignment Tv analog offset assignment Service area (spectrum trading) Earth station coordination C/I and IRF: User defined, NFD, ITU-R 412 655 1368 1009 560, FCC OET 69, Wiiesbaden 95, IEEE, ETSI, OFCOM/BCC, CNC DNrc61 and DNRc54, FCC. Tx power protection (0.7 m resolution) Coordination with aeronautical radionavigation radar in the 2.7 and 3.4 GHz band TVWS availability maps DTT protected area maps Transmitter noise analysis Receiver desensitisation analysis Radio-astronomy ITU notices: T01/T02/T03/T04/GS1/GS2/GT1/GT2/GBI Brific (DB3 format) Allotments Import: TVA/TVD/UKE/CSA/OFCOM/TAFL/Industry Canada/TDAB 2002/ UKPM/UKE/DACAN/NAVAIDS/GMF...
Adaptive algorithms C/I, C/N+I and TD modes Maximize frequency usage Full automatic mode (global, by area, by constraint list) Semi-automatic mode: frequency selector Interference objectives (wanted and unwanted) Surface interference factors (Clutter weights) Frequency bands Frequency list Frequency groups Frequency plans Exclusion list Polarization assignment Intermodulation Constraint diagrams: Distances, Neighbor stations, Sectors, Best server related, Clutter filter, User defined Re-ordering stations: Frequency isolation, Sector, Coverage size Methods: Monte-Carlo, Iterative, Sequential, Exhaustive Multi-channels Constraints by distances, Delta F, Intermodulation, Polarizations, Sectors, Tx/Rx channels, Neighbor list, various codes Rx antenna discrimination Interference global / server Virtual mode based on Delta F Multi-resolution matrix Coverage selector Threshold limited coverage Extended radius limited coverage Overlapping frequency reuse Spacing fixed, reversed and minimum Pilot channel assignment Traffic channel assignment Multi-C/I and IRF
Menu and popup-menu configuration Project preferences Techno profiles Multi-languages (user defined translations) Reference units: distance (m, km, nm, ft.…), transmitted and received power, antenna and field strength User defined labels, icons, reports, control grids, listings and XLS templates.
Propagation model built-up Plugin SDK
Memory: 8 GB and more Storage: 500 GB Hard drive: SSD 256 GB Internet access (Map access, ICS online) Processor: x64 multicore Graphic card: 2GB, OpenGL compatible, Full HD (1920*1080) OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 (x64 and x86)
Windows Vista (32 bits and 64 bits versions) Win32 Wrapper (legacy libraries) Citrix, Active Directory Ansi and Unicode Multi-languages User translations (Ascii file) Parallelism (64 bits versions) Multi-processing (32 and 64 bits versions) UHD 2k 4k
Simulation To study jamming efficiency, interception and band sharing, HTZ warfare can simulate networks in a random mode. In that mode, the new network is composed of a random number of users in a given area. The size of the network is not limited. Statistical charts illustrating simulation results extensively describe interactions between existing and future networks.
Comparison Measurement/Prediction HTZ warfare imports fields strength measurements in various formats, analyses them and then compares them against predicted area coverage along the same route. From a graph of measured verses predicted and by analysing an associated correlation file the user can confirm use of the appropriate model or where variance is found, to optimise the model for the environment encountered.
Terrain Profile and Path Budget HTZ warfare has a range of different functions allowing the creation of terrain profiles between two stations. These profiles take into account the ground occupancy between the two link terminals and this can then be edited following ground surveys. A passive repeater can be used. Complete path budget calculations are generated automatically for digital or analogue microwave links containing free space loss, diffraction and ultimately, path reliability. The path analysis takes into account multiple ground reflections. HTZ warfare also considers space diversity and optimises the installation of a second reception antenna.
Direction finders HTZ warfare features a direct interface with a Direction Finding system. HTZ warfare can receive messages, store the locs, correlate the bearings coming from several direction finders and display the results on the map.
Radar coverage and interception This function calculates the coverage of a ground based radar system, positioned by the user, against a target of known radar cross section at different height intervals. HTZ warfare also examines the vulnerability of a ground based or air radar to interception, simulates countermeasures, calculates the Doppler effect...
Definition of Microwave links All links are defined by the technical characteristics of the two terminals. These characteristics can be entered through individual parameters or by selecting terminal equipment, antennas and feeders from a user built database.