ATDI provides a web application for spectrum management called Spectrum-E. The Spectrum-E web application is composed of a licensing, Technical Analysis and Monitoring Module.

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Licensing Module

This module allows for the processing of a frequency license/authorization. It includes a customizable E-Licensing feature where external operator can submit applications for spectrum via an on-line portal. The Licensing Module is well integrated with Spectrum-E’s BRE Engine. The BRE Engine contains the business process rules for the processing of all the data that corresponds to all the business process workflows pertaining to all the radio spectrum services managed by the proposed spectrum management system. Includes the controls/validations for each field and each webform included with each business process.

Technical Analysis Module

Spectrum-E's Technical Analysis Module performs a variety of automated spectrum engineering workflows based on recognized standards and recommendations.

Spectrum-E includes a module known as RunPropMod. RunPropMod performs a variety of automated spectrum engineering workflows based on nationally and internationally recognized standards and recommendations. This includes but is not limited to: Propagation analysis, interference analysis, electromagnetic compatibility analysis, frequency nomination/assignment, population covered analysis, and much more. The Technical Analysis features included with Spectrum-E are made available to the user through templates to simplify the user interface. Note, that the Technical Analysis Module of Spectrum-E doesn’t serve as an RF Network Planning software which is one of the main strengths of ICS telecom. The Technical Analysis Module of Spectrum-E focuses on Frequency Coordination analytical features common to a spectrum manager. The Technical Analysis Module also includes a GIS Module that includes all the digital cartographic data used to reference radio station and radio network locations. The GIS Module also provides terrain elevation, ground conductivity data and clutter information to the Technical Analysis Module. This data includes Digital Terrain Model (DTM) data, ground occupancy information (clutter), ground conductivity and permittivity data from ITU sources (unless otherwise specified), satellite imagery, political maps as well as the ability to import vector data (lines, points, polygons, etc.) in SHP and KML/KMZ formats.

Monitoring Module

Spectrum-E includes several pre-existing integrations with several popular spectrum monitoring equipment vendors including Rohde & Schwarz, TCI, Anritsu and Keysight. The Monitoring Module of Spectrum-E allows users to perform remote spectrum monitoring tasks by submitting requests to launch spectrum monitoring measurement campaigns to the spectrum monitoring system’s software interface or, in some cases, directly to the monitoring equipment itself via a socket layer connection. The Monitoring Module allows the user to store measurement results, once returned by the spectrum monitoring system, in the Spectrum-E database. The Monitoring Module allows the user to output the measurement results into various graphs and ITU compliant reports.

RF Network Planning

ICS Telecom

RF Network Planning

ICS Telecom is ATDI's modeling platform for planning telecommunication networks and managing frequency spectrum. It focuses on the network design needs for commercial operators, spectrum regulators, equipment manufacturers, and consultants. One of ICS Telecom's main strengths is in the modeling of heterogeneous networks with dedicated features and functions.

ICS Telecom is the key package in a planner’s toolkit. It is capable of modeling any size of radio system from intensive local area to extensive countrywide. ICS Telecom enables the planning engineer to develop large wide-area networks rapidly and economically. ICS Telecom has features and functions that support all modern radio networks, both fixed and mobile, and across the frequency range 10 kHz to 450 GHz.


HTZ Warfare

Communication Electronic Warfare

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 military tactical 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.


ICS Map Server

Digital Cartography

ICS Map Server is the GIS management companion tool to ATDI's RF modeling software HTZ Warfare and ICS Telecom. ICS Map Server's main focus is on converting public or private source raster and vector based GIS information into ATDI's proprietary cartographic formats which include terrain, imagery, clutter, and building footprint information. The tool may also be used to create and alter maps for use within HTZ Warfare and ICS Telecom.



Pivotal to the strategic deployment, management, and analysis of a network is complete and accurate mapping information. With over 18 years of digital cartographic experience, ATDI has accumulated a sizeable worldwide cartographic data library. That data is stored on ATDI’s large-scale servers.

The ATDI mapping department can produce or convert private and public source raster and vector based GIS information into the terrain, imagery, clutter, and building files used by ATDI software.