Do you need help planning a radio link? Email our path planning team and we will work with you to assess the viability of your link and predict its performance.
Path planning services
Our path planning team will work with you to help assess the viability of your radio link, and are experts at designing links for even the most challenging conditions, such as round obstacles, over water, or across very long distances.
We will develop a comprehensive path profile report, containing
Path planning tools
We understand that operating a reliable communication link is about more than just the physical equipment. Understanding the operating conditions is key to getting the best performance. Below are some tools that can help you to do that.
Surveyor is our free path propagation calculator to help path planners assess the viability of point-to-point Aprisa XE links. By entering data and preferences, Surveyor will calculate the anticipated link performance for the different transmission system elements.
Email us to request your free copy of Surveyor
Pathloss Aprisa XE ETSI
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Pathloss is a comprehensive path design tool for links operating in frequencies from 30 MHz to 100 GHz.
Pathloss uses terrain, antenna and microwave radio data to calculate suitable scenarios for microwave linking. 4RF offers Pathloss data files (Pathloss 4.0 mrs) for the Aprisa XE radio. Information on importing these files is in a PDF file contained in the download.
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Network element template for Microsoft Visio
Illustrate your network with clarity and precision using our Aprisa network element template for Microsoft Visio.
For planning or presentation, these templates will help you to quickly create professional network diagrams representing your current or proposed Aprisa network.
Our involvement doesn’t stop when you take delivery of your Aprisa system. We will help you with installation and management to get your network up-and-running.
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