EDX provides enterprise RF planning tools for the design and deployment of wireless networks. The comprehensive range of EDX SignalPro wireless network planning tools are used in the deployment of LTE, WiMAX, Wi-Fi, LMDS, PCS/cellular, paging, LMR/SMR, broadcast and other wireless systems.
EDX tools perform area-wide coverage/interference studies, point-to-multipoint studies, mesh studies, and detailed link analyses. Specialized modules are available for complete network design, including mesh and 3D microcell ray-tracing.
EDX SignalPro is widely used in many growing and diverse markets: public safety, utilities (including gas, electric and oil), smart grid planning and deployment, transportation, broadband wireless and cellular.
Since 1985, EDX customers have relied on our valuable, flexible, accurate, RF prediction tools. In over 65 countries, EDX is the choice for designing seamless communications.
CST – Computer Simulation Technology Founded in 1992, CST offers the market’s widest range of 3D electromagnetic field simulation tools through a global network of sales and support staff and representatives. CST develops CST STUDIO SUITE, a package of high-performance software for the...
The principal building block of EDX’s comprehensive line of wireless network engineering tools, it is appropriate for any system, including broadband wireless WiMAX, LTE, cellular and other mobile radio systems. It offers all of the study types you need to design a basic wireless network,... Read more
A specialized optional module for use with EDX SignalPro that includes additional features for microcell (outdoor and outdoor-to-indoor) and indoor wireless communication systems. It offers 2D & 3D ray-tracing propagation models to predict time dispersion (RMS delay spread) and angle of arrival. Read more
An add-on module to EDX® SignalPro® that specifically addresses the needs of designing, maintaining, and optimizing mesh and WiFi networks with pico cell architecture. There is also a Smart Grid module that allows AMI systems of up to 200,000 meters to be designed, analyzed and optimized. Read more