Visual Data Presentation Examples
Our products include interference analysis, contour mapping,
demographics, real-world coverage plots, and detailed terrain-aware
path plots for microwave links.
Here are some examples:
Real-World Propagation Model
This plot compares the FCC
contours, shown as
smooth black polygons, with the much more random
distribution caused by real-world terrain.
950 MHz STL Path
transmitter at the studio is on the left. The STL
receiver at the station's transmitter site is on the
This is a
worst-case plot, assuming 4/3 Earth, which raises
terrain in the center of the path, and showing that the
Fresnel zone clears the 4/3 Earth terrain. The path is
under the terrain indicate areas with clean line of
sight. Red areas indicate line of sight is blocked.
Real-World Site Comparison
for Transmitter Relocation
FM Translator Off-Air Pickup
transmitter is on the left, and the translator is on the
right. This is clearly a problematic path.
it does not work at all if the FM is analog-only, but it
works remarkably well in practice because the FM is running HD at
-10 dBc, and the translator is receiving the digital
Most-Likely Server Map
Comparing Four Co-channel Signals
Canadian Interference Showing
interference zone is computed and mapped based on
international treaty requirements. The shaded
interference area cannot touch Canadian soil.