Air Force – Army – Navy
Your task is to reach the objective.
In your way is tough terrain and advanced electronic warfare.
Coverage, jamming, secrecy, efficient use of resources…
Effective radio communication for defence applications in difficult terrain and electronic warfare threats gives rise to exceptional demands in terms of reliability and durability. With its origins in the defence industry, WRAP offers the analysis and computational tools required for all applications to meet these demands.
Straightforward application – Complex analysis – Coherent results
WRAP is a comprehensive system, ideally suited for the extensive needs in frequency and radio network planning in defence forces, supporting central, regional and command unit levels:
- Strategic, long-term spectrum management. Support in the design and procurement of new systems. Frequency management in consideration of international, national civilian and military frequency allocations.
- Regional/Service: Strategic and tactical, long-term and short-term spectrum management within the region/service. Support in detailed planning and design of existing and new systems
- Local/Unit: Tactical, short-term planning of frequency utilisation and unit deployments to support the current mission with the goal of achieving successful radio communications, electronic warfare and radar coverage.
WRAP supports the hierarchical process of military spectrum management.Frequency assignments to radio stations and nets are performed with automatic methods, ensuring compatibility with the authorised frequency utilisation and band plans. Frequency lists and individual frequencies can be distributed electronically in file format, or through access to a common station/equipment/ frequency database.
WRAP provides capabilities to plan fixed and mobile radio sites, links and networks for coverage, self-interference and frequency assignment in order to fulfil the communication objectives.
Radar coverage and line-of-sight coverage for optical sensor systems can also be calculated, as well as satellite coverage and interference.
The impact of jamming on the radio communication coverage and radar coverage can be analysed, both for own and hostile jammers. The coverage for radio sensors such as direction finders and surveillance receivers can be calculated.