We are glad to present the EMF Planner software.

EMF Planner is a simulation software designed for the modelling, analysis and visualization of EMF exposure from any radio site - base stations, TV and radio broadcasting stations, satellite earth stations, PtP, PtMP, Wi-Fi, etc.


EMF Planner is an internationally adapted version of our SanZone software that we have been developing for over 20 years and have released six editions, making EMF Planner the seventh.


More information is on EMF Planner page. A trial version and a user manual are also available.

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Added Atoll (*.txt) antenna pattern file format.


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We are pleased to present a new version of the Antenna Pattern Editor - the versatile tool with which you can view, create, edit, and convert antenna pattern files.


New features in Antenna Pattern Editor 2.0:


1. Ability to view antenna patterns in both polar and Cartesian coordinate systems.

2. Added many file formats that were not supported before: EDX (*.pat), AntPat (*.ana), CelPlan (*.txt), RadioSoft ComStudy (*.pt2), V-Soft (*.pat, *.vep).

3. Support for antenna files in full 3D format (ETS, Satimo, etc.).

4. Advanced functions for creating and editing antenna patterns in tabular form, with copy-paste capabilities from spreadsheets and text files.

5. Ability to copy antenna patterns from standard FM query and TV query results directly from the FCC website.

6. Expanded antenna pattern transformation features.

7. Added the ability to obtain the envelope of the antenna pattern from a set of individual antenna patterns.

8. Support for antenna pattern files with any number of points (not only 360, as in the previous version).


A complete description of all Antenna Pattern Editor features is in the User Manual. A trial version is also available.

After the trial period, most of the program's features - viewing, transforming and antenna datasheet generation will continue to work, but Antenna Pattern Editor will retain the ability to export antenna patterns only to Radio Mobile V3 (*.ant) format.


More info on the Antenna Pattern Editor 2.0 page.



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