ATDI's engineers and specialists are trained to satisfy all technical needs and constraints. With years of hands-on experience, they are ready to apply their know-how and expertise at the service of customers by offering customized and flexible solutions.

Examples of consulting and expertise services offered include:

  • Heterogeneous system interference analysis
  • License preparation and application
  • Spectrum auctions
  • Spectrum management
  • Requirement modeling
  • Equipment and technology parameters specification
  • Service integration
  • Turnkey planning
  • Drive-test correlation and validation

ATDI's engineers and consultants come from high level backgrounds:

  • Specialists in radio propagation modeling
  • Experienced in design and installation of antenna systems
  • High bit rate network design
  • Trucked mobile radio installation
  • System and software architecture and design

ATDI Government Services, LLC

ATDI Government Services, LLC is a certified women-owned small business established in McLean, VA. Our primary objective is to help federal entities meet radio spectrum usage objectives set forth by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration. Our staff has decades of experience in spectrum management and can help federal entities manage and plan their wireless systems in the best interest of our Nation. In addition to spectrum management services, we also provide commercial-off-the-shelf software solutions.



ATDI offers both general and specialized training for radio technologies based on the needs of its clients. Whether for the utilization of ATDI software or for courses in more general radio knowledge, do not hesitate to contact us to define and tailor a course with the appropriate content that will match your expectations.

General radio courses are focused on basic principles such as radio wave propagation, diffraction, sub-path attenuation, and terrain effects. Advanced courses are tailored to a customer’s specific needs and vary based on the projects that customers are working on. Examples of past customer-defined topics include: HF skywave analysis, microwave backhaul design, network interference considerations, DVB-T coverage creation, and LTE deployment.

Both general and advanced level courses are instructed with the assistance of ATDI software so that trainees can easily visualize the concepts taught in the course. Basic and advanced level courses based solely on use of ATDI software are also available and popular with ATDI customers.

Training courses generally last from one to three days but may take up to one week to cover advanced topics. Depending on availability, topic, and other factors courses are taught On site, Online or at our Office

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Wind Turbine Siting Evaluation

As alternative energy development continues to expand and wind turbines are installed all across the world, the possibility and severity of interference to incumbent radio systems increases. ATDI possesses the proper tools and necessary expertise for resolving potential siting challenges with wind energy implementations.

ATDI has a proven track record for identifying potential interference issues between wind turbines and radio frequency based communications technologies and can offer mitigation recommendations. Common interference effects to radio systems include potential false target returns for radar surveillance systems, blocking of microwave beam paths, and disruption to radio and television broadcast networks, maritime systems, and mobile trunking systems.

To minimize the possibility of interference to existing communication systems, it is imperative that wind turbine siting is checked for compatibility with incumbent radio systems early in the development process.

The following services are offered by ATDI and are delivered as a report:

  • Licensed Microwave Beam Path Analysis (Microwave Analysis)
  • Radar Line of Site Analysis (Radar Analysis)
  • Broadcast (TV) Stations Analysis (Broadcast Analysis)
  • Licensed Radio Analysis (LMR Analysis)

If you are interested in our services and would like to learn more about how to use ATDI tools to calculate the interference effects of wind farms on microwave links, radar and other radio systems, please contact ATDI using the information provided on our contact page.