Manage the old analogue networks and the transition into the digital era, optimise the service areas, and co-ordinate within the country and with the neighbouring nations.

Spectrum management and network planning for analogue sound/television broadcasting is complex. With some of the older systems being phased out in favour of digital sound and television careful planning will be essential when they share the spectrum for many years to come. Handling all of this is a formidable task – use WRAP to ensure success.

Straightforward application – Complex analysis – Coherent results

Planning television and sound broadcasting networks for desired coverage and service quality requires accurate coverage predictions and frequency assignment algorithms. Broadcasting is in addition internationally regulated with methods to conform to ITU procedures for managing plans and coordination. WRAP supports both the detailed network planning and the coordination process.

Digital terrestrial television is being introduced in many countries. Implementing the digital networks to operate in parallel with the analogue networks, and in addition building single-frequency networks, requires special considerations to the interference mechanisms.

The efficient tools of WRAP give a cost-effective network design with a small manpower effort. Select these tools to give full capabilities for broadcast applications: