AlphiMAX Inc, Advanced Package Is Now Commercially Available
-- Providing easy, on demand, access to high resolution terrain and land cover (clutter) information.
Adding Ubiquiti our 9th vendor including estimations in 900 MHz. Adding Redline's RDL-5000 in 6-38 GHz.
Sunnyvale, CA, August
17, 2011 - AlphiMAX Inc. releases version 126.96.36.199 with updates to its on demand high resolution terrain and land
cover. The new version of the Point-To-Point Estimator makes the Advanced package commercially available and
allows users' estimations with high resolution terrain and land cover across the entire world.
pre-ordered the package received 100 FREE credits into their account. Subscribe to the advanced package by
September 17 2011 and receive 100 extra credits (this means 200 if you pre-ordered). Login to the web site and
then click on the link to the Advanced package at the bottom of this page. Additional Features:
Land cover information is now available worldwide. The resolution of the terrain and land cover information may
vary by locations. Check the availability in your area
Fresnel Zone clearance is now
available in 900MHz to Express users.
Membership credits are now displayed in the
. Additional Products:
The previous version (188.8.131.52) of the tool allowed users to
estimate Point-To-Point wireless links for FREE and compare products from eight different vendors.
184.108.40.206 is adding our ninth vendor, Ubiquiti with its Power Bridge and NANO Bridge platforms in the 900MHz, 2.4,
3.5, 3.65, 5.4 and 5.8GHz bands.
The Redline communications' RDL-5000, supporting 6-38GHz was loaded as
well in this version and is now available. About:
is unique software and hardware system solutions
development company focused on the Broadband Wireless Access market. With core expertise in Microwave, WiMAX and
LTE technologies we create specialized tools and products which enable and enhance the design, installation,
provisioning, operation and optimization processes of complex IP based wireless networks.
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sorting the wireless world. Posted 8/17/2011