AlphiMAX - December 6, 2010
See If Your Link Goes Through Trees
Sunnyvale, CA, Dec 6, 2010 -
AlphiMAX Inc. just updated its beta version. The new version of the Point-To-Point Estimator now supports tree views in addition to the building views in 3D mode. This capability is enabled for users using Google Earth version 6.0.
Integrated with worldwide interactive map view, data bases of temperature, terrain data, gasses and other parameters that affect the availability of high frequency propagation, AlphiMAX is now providing real time accurate estimation of your wireless link solely based on the location and tower heights you provide.
Anywhere in the world, at any weather condition let AlphiMAX estimate your link availability. Pre-loaded with products' information, there is no need to look for any data and plug it into complicated tools and formulas, we do that for you. It is now possible to easily calculate the availability of products in the 2.4 GHz to 23 GHz bands while taking into account the required parameters.
Users using the latest Google Earth release, version 6.0 will be able to see trees in three dimensions along the path of their link anywhere such data is available. Select the "map" tab and click on the 3D button (just like the one here on the right) to get access to such view. After your estimation return to the "map" tab to be able to download a KMZ file.
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