Roger Coudé, VE2DBE.
Radio Propagation simulation program which operates over the frequency
range of 20MHz to 20GHz. It is based on the ITS (Longley-Rice) propagation
The program enables elevation maps to be drawn of specified areas using
downloaded SRTM data from the
Radar Terrain Mapping Mission, elevation
contours and road maps to be added, and Radio Units (stations) specified for
performance and placed where
Individual Radio Unit
performance is specified as a Radio
power, sensitivity, antenna parameters etc. and all
between Units can be examined for path profile and signal parameters.
Signal coverage patterns
can be produced for each separate Radio Unit if required. The
'Best Sites' to provide
radio coverage to a number of specified Radio Unit locations can also be
found by using the
'Find Best Sites'
The performance of a Radio Unit which is traversing a defined
on the map can also be generated by the
feature. It is also possible to use the
waypoint data with the 'Best Sites'
feature, to find the best locations to provide full Route radio coverage.
'Best Unit' from a
defined selection of Units which gives the maximum signal level and also a
defined Signal to Interference ratio at a specific
location may also be plotted. The combined Radio coverage from a selected
number of Units is also available. The sum of
all signals from multiple Units at each
location can also be plotted if required.
By using the
'Combined Cartesian Coverage plots'
you are able to produce field strength (dBµV/m)
and signal plots (µV, dBm or S unit) over the map area from any Unit,
and optionally provide a cursor location signal level readout by using the
Visitor locations from 25th October
2011 - click the map for details!
My Radio Mobile
350 pages of reference and 'How to'
data in 19 chapters,
and also the Handbook Companion tutorial
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Also just released: the Radio Mobile
184 pages of illustrated Tutorial text.
This takes you through the Handbook
chapters by using supplied
Networks with descriptions which enable you to
all the plots shown in the Handbook!
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be requested from
amateur version of the program has now been launched which can be
accessed by any web browser, you can generate your own account and
password for access and this removes the requirement to run Radio Mobile
on your own computer. for information about this facility click below:
For Commercial users,
you may find 'My WiFi coverage' site of interest:
Many new features have been
added to the program since 2003. These enable much faster evaluations of radio
networks and scenarios to be tested before trying out on the ground.
For a description of
the new .csv format Network Files
For a description
of the Installation Folder Layout used
and for a description
of an automatic multi-plot feature see
April 2006:- Site
testing of locations generated by 'Find
Best Sites' utilising the
Waypoints used in the 'Route
Radio Coverage' feature, showed an incredible consistency with the predicted
performance! This was confirmed during the two events covered by these
UHF Repeater sites in April and May.
For a 'Walk through' of the
installation pane sequence,
click here to visit the
The following two articles
were published in Radio Communication:-
1180kB 'A general
introduction to Radio Mobile.pdf'
Copyright © RSGB 2006. All rights reserved. For personal use only. Used here
Application of Radio Mobile to Fox Hunts.pdf'
Copyright © RSGB 2008. All rights reserved. For personal use only. Used here
Click here for
Radio Mobile 'Screenshots'
my 'Base' Network.
Click here for the 'Walk Best Sites' screenshots page.
Improved Communications for an
18 mile Charity Walk.
View all the
RM web pages are
available in .pdf format on the individual pages
or from here:-
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