A new student edition of Radioplan's state-of-the-art Radiowave Propagation Simulator (RPS) will be made available for free download

October 31, 2005

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DRESDEN, Germany -- Radioplan, the German RF simulation and automatic optimization specialist, today announced that a new student edition of their state-of-the-art Radiowave Propagation Simulator (RPS) will be made available for download free of charge with immediate effect from www.radioplan.com.

Radioplan's RPS Student is a fully-functional version of RPS, allowing students free access to study RF propagation in small radio environments using the full set of tools available to the professional user. RPS can be used to generate simulations of small indoor and outdoor radio environments such as WLAN, WIMAX, Mesh, UMTS, and CMDA2000, allowing users to investigate the effects of penetration, reflection, diffraction, polarization and antenna configuration.

"Radioplan was founded by radio engineering students, and we would like to give the next generation of RF engineers the chance to use the same suite of tools that they will find in use in industry", said Johannes Huebner, Radioplan's Executive Manager. "Our toolsets are trusted to provide simulation and optimization results to dozens of the world's largest mobile operators, equipment vendors and R&D organizations, and we hope that early experience with the full functionality of these advanced tools will open many new employment and research opportunities for future radio engineers".

Radioplan GmbH

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