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Radio planning tool for microwave point-to-point (PtP) and point-to-multipoint (PtMP) links.

MLinkPlanner 2.0 Wireless Planning Software - RF CafeNovosibirsk, Russia - June 15, 2020 - Center of Telecommunication Technologies is proud to announce immediate availability of their MLinkPlanner 2.0 wireless network software simulation tool for modeling microwave point-to-point (PtP) and point-to-multipoint (PtMP) links. The new version is free for current MLinkPlanner users.

MLinkPlanner is a powerful and user-friendly tool for designing microwave point-to-point (PtP) and point-to-multipoint (PtMP) links.

MLinkPlanner was created by engineers with many years of experience in designing microwave links, from single hop access links to high-power long-haul trunk lines. MLinkPlanner has demonstrated its effectiveness in designing many links that are operating successfully in various climate zones and topographical conditions from plains and marshlands to highlands.

Special focus was placed on devising a convenient user interface, the incorporation of adaptable and easy to use link path profiles in the design process, and the automation of all key calculations.

 

Accurate PtP and PtMP Link Performance Analysis

  • ​Multipath fading prediction (Rec. ITU-R P.530-17 method; Vigants-Barnet method)
  • Rain attenuation (Rec. ITU-R P.530-17 method; Crane method)
  • Diversity improvement (frequency, space, and quad diversity)
  • Co-channel operation
  • Error performance and availability (Rec. ITU-R F.1668, Rec. ITU-R F.1703)

Coverage Study for Point-to-Multipoint Networks

Different coverage study for PtMP systems:

  • - Received Power Studies at subscriber stations
  • Best Server
  • Carrier-to-interference+noise ratio C/(I+N) at subscriber stations

Comparison of the two coverage

Full-Featured Microwave Path Profile Analysis

  • ​Antenna height optimization for different clearance criteria
  • Reflection analysis
  • Diffraction loss analysis (Rec. ITU-R P.526-15 Complete Bullington method; Rec. ITU-R P.526-15 Diffraction over multiple cylinders method; Deygout principle method with correction ITU-R-P.526-11; Epstein-Peterson method)
  • Accounting for attenuation in vegetation (Rec. ITU-R P.833-9)

A Large Set of Equipment Specifications

  • ​The user has access to a large set of equipment specification files supplied with the software.
  • Built-in editor for preparing specification files from datasheets.
  • Support for any equipment configuration (adaptive modulation; space and frequency diversity techniques; co-channel).

Advanced GIS Features

​Fully automatic generation of path profile based on:

  • Terrain elevation 1 arc sec (about 30 m)
  • Tree cover 1 arc sec (about 30 m) resolution data with tree canopy height information
  • 3D buildings data from OpenStreetMap project

All of these types of geodata are automatically downloaded to the required area as needed; there is no need to worry about preloading the geodata.

Use of various standard base maps (such as OpenStreetMap, OpenTopoMap, etc.) as well as custom ones.

Various Reports

  • ​Short, full and various summary link reports
  • Save the result of the coverage calculation as an interactive web page, as a raster image, or as a KMZ file. - Report with integrated graphics
  • map and path profile

The reports can be printed or saved in the formats PDF, Microsoft Word, or Excel.

 

 

The Single User price is an amazingly low $499, or you can get a 1-year single user license for $199. Academic discounts are available.

CTT also offers their MLinkPlanner 1.2 PtP and PtMP software planning tool for microwave radio systems, as well as their free Antenna Pattern Editor universal software tool to view, create, edit and convert antenna patterns.

 

About Center of Telecommunication Technologies

Center of Telecommunication Technologies, LLC (CTT, LLC) www.ctt-group.ru Novosibirsk, Russia is the developer of the MLinkPlanner and RadioPlanner software.

The company has been on market for more than 15 years, and all this time we have been actively working in two directions - the design of radio communication networks and the development of software for design. During our work, our specialists carried out projects on more than 1000 microwave hops, more than 800 base stations of mobile communication, more than 100 television and broadcasting transmitters. The customers - are mobile operators Mobile TeleSystems PJSC, Megafon, Vimpelcom, Tele 2, oil and gas production, processing and transportation companies, as well as broadcasting companies.

Until recently, we offered software only in the Russian market. Many design organizations, system integrators, telecom operators, TV and radio broadcasters, and government agencies have been the licensed users of our software products.

Now we are pleased to offer you the program MLinkPlanner, which was developed specifically for the global market. It is a convenient tool for designing point-to-point and point-to-multipoint microwave links with all the necessary functionality.

Contact Info

Center of Telecommunication Technologies, LLC (CTT, LLC)
Ordzhonikidze str., 40 - 5707
Novosibirsk, Russia, 630099
Phone: +7 (383) 325-00-25
Email: ctt@ctt-group.ru
          admin@mlinkplanner.com

 

 

Posted June 17, 2020

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