In: Exhibitions, Press releases 20 Nov 2014 Tags: , , , , , ,

ATDI is pleased to announce that ATDI runs a booth at ITU Telecom World 2014 from December 7 to 10, in Doha.

ITU WORLD explores the opportunities & challenges of an ICT ecosystem in transformation through strategic debate, networking + knowledge sharing.

With a 26 year’s 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

Please do not hesitate to contact Ruben Perdiz at rperdiz@atdi.com and Fiodor Stankevitch at fst@atdi.com if you would like to book a meeting with ATDI during ITU Telecom World 2014.

 

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In: Press releases, Products 29 Oct 2014 Tags: , , , , , ,

ATDI and Rohde & Schwarz have been chosen by Communications Authority of Kenya to deliver their Spectrum management and Monitoring system.

The Communications Authority of Kenya is the regulatory authority for the communications sector in Kenya. The Authority is responsible for facilitating the development of the Information and Communications sectors including; broadcasting, multimedia, telecommunications, electronic commerce, postal and courier services.

The communications Authority of Kenya has been using ATDI software ICS telecom as Spectrum engineering tool since many years and now has again chosen ATDI software ICS manager as the solution for spectrum management. ATDI will provide software, training, database migration, customization, and system integration.

 

More details about ICS manager: http://www.atdi.com/spectrum-management/
More details about ICS telecom: http://www.atdi.com/ics-telecom

 

About CAK: http://ca.go.ke/
About Rohde & Schwarz: http://www.rohde-schwarz.com
About ATDI: http://www.atdi.com

 

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In: Press releases, Products 23 Oct 2014 Tags: , , , ,

Where Wi-Fi won’t, white spaces will.

The potential for white spaces to facilitate systems from city-wide wireless broadband networks to remote monitoring of electricity meters is being outlined in a new ATDI document – along with how to use the company’s flagship planning and modelling tools to unlock the resources that white spaces represent.

White spaces are vacant frequencies made available for unlicensed use at locations where spectrum is not being used by licensed services. This band is currently used by television companies and programme-making and special events (PMSE) operators; in a region where a broadcast channel is not in use for broadcasting, the spectrum is fallow.

“Unused spectrum is somewhat more valuable than gold in the radiocommunications industry,” comments ATDI technical director Nick Kirkman. “ATDI has been considering the best ways to exploit the potential white space represents for some time and the results of that now feature in the ICS software suite.”

The majority of current Wi-Fi devices operate in spectrum at 2.4GHz. White spaces could not only provide new spectrum capacity but also boost the distance a device can be from a base station and still be connected, thanks to the lower frequency involved – typically between 470 and 790MHz. This has the potential to facilitate wireless broadband networks that stretch across towns and cities.

White space technology works in a similar way to Wi-Fi which uses a wireless router to send and receive information to other wireless devices. The main difference is that the white space router will first need to consult a list of online databases. It will notify one of these databases of its location and update it on a regular basis.

The latest versions from the ICS telecom family calculate from the database of television stations the channels available on each point in a given area. This protects the existing spectrum users against any harmful interference, while providing resources to new operators who have not been allocated licensed spectrum.

ATDI’s brochure also outlines white spaces’ potential for facilitating rural broadband and the Internet of things, whereby homes and offices are fitted with smart meters and sensors which can be read remotely.

 

About White-Spaces

 

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