Other new features include enhanced network design, modelling and usability
Virtual DAS allows the designer to rapidly create predictions prior to designing the network in detail.
Ranplan Professional 5.0 also boasts new advanced modelling capabilities, in particular for modelling in train carriages, tunnels and other complex outdoor buildings. For train carriage modelling, users can define the dimensions and materials of the carriage to predict the effect a moving train has on the overall coverage within the tunnel.
Ranplan Professional 5.0 has been developed with the end user in mind. This new release delivers usability improvements, including: new CAD exporting, elevator design, cross-floor points improvements, support to hide devices and cables, group auto-numbering, multi-material replacement and flexibility for moving devices, along with the calculation of all predictions simultaneously and configuration of propagation parameters.
“As 5G networks are being trialled and deployments are scheduled for 2019, we placed significant focus on ensuring that RF designers have a tool that not only allows them to efficiently design 4G networks but also plan for future 5G in-building networks,” said Alastair Williamson. CEO at Ranplan Wireless. “Densification of wireless networks is key to mobile operators’ plans. Our unique capability of also being able to design combined in-building and dense urban outdoor environments provides the capability to design, predict and simulate the effect of densification.”
Ranplan will be showcasing Ranplan Professional 5.0 at next week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. If you would like to discuss Ranplan Professional 5.0 and the growing need for a combined heterogeneous indoor / outdoor network planning, optimisation and simulation solution, visit Ranplan in hall 7, stand 7C22. Alternatively contact email@example.com to arrange a meeting.
About Ranplan Wireless
Ranplan Wireless is an innovative wireless technology company that has developed world leading software tools for outdoor/indoor wireless network planning, design and optimisation, using advanced 3D building modelling and radio propagation simulation. The company is at the forefront of research and development for radio propagation, femto/small cell design, automatic RAN optimisation and the deployment of complex HetNets.
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