HTZ Warfare is ATDI's flagship RF network design and spectrum management software product that specializes in both pre-deployment and real-time simulation and analysis of tactical military communications. HTZ Warfare offers direction finding, jamming, and radar features and functions that are typically not required by a civilian user.
HTZ Warfare features a comprehensive set of radio planning capabilities that enables the design and optimization of military communication networks for frequencies ranging from 10 kHz up to 450GHz. Unique electronic warfare and tactical communications functions allow accurate simulation of the battlefield for advanced mission planning.
HTZ Warfare is a comprehensive tool box for modeling radio communications in the MF/HF/VHF/UHF/SHF/EHF frequency bands. As the key package in the planners' toolkit, it provides modeling and analysis capabilities for the following technologies:
- Land mobile radio
- Fixed wireless access (point-to-point and point-to-multipoint)
- Indoor communications
- Maritime radiolocation and communications
- Aeronautical radiolocation and communications
- Radar systems
- Satellite earth stations
- Other terrestrial based networks (cellular, broadcast, telemetry)
HTZ Warfare is also considered the only commercial off-the-shelf Electronic Warfare/Attack modeling/training platform in the world. The tool offers dedicated features for modeling:
- Direction finding
- Signal interception
HTZ warfare includes a built-in capability for dynamic modeling or 'Real Time Situational Awareness'. The HTZ warfare interface allows the user to connect to message traffic updates of node movement at a transmit-dependent rate. An average update rate can be 5 ms/update.