RF Terrain Visibility (Trial)

RF Terrain Visibility (Trial)


You can test (up to 5km) RF Terrain Visibility with this trial version.
The main features are:
- Sites database. You can create a single o multiple sites over the terrain.
- Calculation of single radio electric visibility maps. The percentage of the first Fresnel zone clear over a threshold is automatically calculated and represented in a map. You can see what points have radio electric visibility from a site. Very useful for the planning of multiple radio links in a geographical area.
- Representation of multiple radio electric visibility maps (also in color range) simultaneously. Useful to identify common areas of visibility from various locations. For example, if two sites do not have direct vision between them is possible that they may be linked by a third site having vision with both.
- Auxiliary sites can be created when representing multiple radioelectric visibility maps.
- Orientation of the multiple antennas in azimuth (relative to the North) and elevation (relative to the horizon) between a site and multiple geographical points. Useful for quickly orientating the antennas situated at the sites.

The Digital Terrain Model (DTM) has a resolution of 100x100m. and is obtained automatically from The Shuttle Topography Mission (SRTM), U.S. Geological Survey.

Recent changes:
- Radio electric Visibility maps can be also represented in color range
- Auxiliary sites can be created when representing multiple radioelectric visibility maps
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3.7
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File size
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About RF Terrain Visibility (Trial)
You can test (up to 5km) RF Terrain Visibility with this trial version.
The main features are:
- Sites database. You can create a single o multiple sites over the terrain.
- Calculation of single radio electric visibility maps. The percentage of the first Fresnel zone clear over a threshold is automatically calculated and represented in a map. You can see what points have radio electric visibility from a site. Very useful for the planning of multiple radio links in a geographical area.
- Representation of multiple radio electric visibility maps (also in color range) simultaneously. Useful to identify common areas of visibility from various locations. For example, if two sites do not have direct vision between them is possible that they may be linked by a third site having vision with both.
- Auxiliary sites can be created when representing multiple radioelectric visibility maps.
- Orientation of the multiple antennas in azimuth (relative to the North) and elevation (relative to the horizon) between a site and multiple geographical points. Useful for quickly orientating the antennas situated at the sites.

The Digital Terrain Model (DTM) has a resolution of 100x100m. and is obtained automatically from The Shuttle Topography Mission (SRTM), U.S. Geological Survey.

Recent changes:
- Radio electric Visibility maps can be also represented in color range
- Auxiliary sites can be created when representing multiple radioelectric visibility maps
User reviews of RF Terrain Visibility (Trial)
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A Google User
Aug 23, 2014
Impossible to use
A Google User
Aug 18, 2014
Pretty bad, even for trial software. Not intuitive ti use, and has no directions for use. Got it figured out, but no color map data was given, so I could not see the RF terrain color data. Useless like that. Additionally, when zooming in on the map to see if something was more visible, the map crashes. Perhaps this is a limitation of the trial version, but there is no notification to this effect. Ah well, there is a better app than the full version of this app, if more expensive; you get what you pay for.
A Google User
Feb 9, 2014
Great, but still needs improvements... I have used this app for about 3 months and I have found it useful for making terrain visibility maps when the distance is less than 7km.... Anything further and the app locks itself at Downloading Files. I tend to have better luck making the maps by restating the app each time.
A Google User
Nov 17, 2013
Imprescindible Muy util la nueva opcion de poder crear un emplazamiento auxiliar.
A Google User
Jul 10, 2013
Nothing is free Useless Software !!!