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Tool to View, Generate, Edit and Convert Antenna Patterns
New Features in Antenna Pattern Editor 2.0:
Ability to view antenna patterns in both polar and Cartesian coordinate systems.
Added many file formats that were not supported before: EDX (*.pat), AntPat
(*.ana), CelPlan (*.txt), RadioSoft ComStudy (*.pt2), V-Soft (*.pat, *.vep).
Support for antenna files in full 3D format (ETS, Satimo, etc.).
Advanced functions for creating and editing antenna patterns in tabular form,
with copy-paste capabilities from spreadsheets and text files.
Ability to copy antenna patterns from standard FM query and TV query results
directly from the FCC website.
Expanded antenna pattern transformation features.
Added the ability to obtain the envelope of the antenna pattern from a
set of individual antenna patterns.
Support for antenna pattern files with any number of points (not only 360, as
in the previous version). View 2D antenna patterns in linear and logarithmic scales.
Novosibirsk, Russia - June 29, 2022 -
Center of Telecommunication
Technologies (CTT) is proud to announce immediate availability of version 2.0
of their popular
Antenna Pattern Editor. Antenna Pattern Editor 2.0 is a universal
tool to view, create, edit and convert antenna patterns. See the New Features in
Antenna Pattern Editor 2.0 list at the left.
The main idea embedded in the program is to provide the user with the opportunity
to quickly create an antenna pattern file using various methods. Antenna pattern
file is a simple text or xml file that describes the main characteristics of the
antennas - radiation patterns, gain, frequency range, name, manufacturer and other
data. These files are used in various radio planning tools including our
Indoor Radio Planner,
There are a large number of antenna pattern file formats, but it often happens that
there is no file in the required format. In this case, using the Antenna Pattern
Editor 2.0, you can easily convert the file to the format you need. Sometimes the antenna
information is just a picture of the antenna pattern. In such cases, using the Antenna
Pattern Editor, you can prepare the necessary file in just a few minutes.
Thanks to the simple graphical interface, as well as the applied cubic spline
interpolation algorithm, you can get the desired file by pointing only a few characteristic
points on the downloaded image. You can use images of any raster format - png, jpg,
A fully functional 7-day trial download of Radio Pattern Editor 2.0 is
available, and an unlimited version is available for
purchase at a
About Center of Telecommunication Technologies
Center of Telecommunication Technologies, LLC (CTT, LLC) www.ctt-group.ru Novosibirsk,
Russia is the developer of the MLinkPlanner and RadioPlanner software.
The company has been on market for more than 15 years, and all this time we have
been actively working in two directions - the design of radio communication networks
and the development of software for design. During our work, our specialists carried
out projects on more than 1000 microwave hops, more than 800 base stations of mobile
communication, more than 100 television and broadcasting transmitters. The customers
- are mobile operators Mobile TeleSystems PJSC, Megafon, Vimpelcom, Tele 2, oil
and gas production, processing and transportation companies, as well as broadcasting
Until recently, we offered software only in the Russian market. Many design organizations,
system integrators, telecom operators, TV and radio broadcasters, and government
agencies have been the licensed users of our software products.
Center of Telecommunication Technologies, LLC (CTT, LLC) Ordzhonikidze str.,
40 - 5707 Novosibirsk, Russia, 630099
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