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Radio planning within Google earth

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Published on Jan 1, 2012

Keyhole Radio is a unique interactive layer for Google earth by http://cloudrf.com. It allows users to effortlessly generate sophisticated VHF-UHF RF coverage predictions using Google earth. An integrated web interface automatically syncs with Google earth's view and once projected, RF layers can be queried for receiver sensitivity and a path profile created to view obstacles in between.

System features:
20-20,000MHz, Irregular Terrain Model, OGC KML 2.2, Antenna polar plot creator, antenna template select-and-rotate, 200km radius, SRTM terrain data (covering 99% of world's landmass), Clutter layers, Receiver threshold, Point and click dBm query, layer archive.

Advantages of Keyhole radio over traditional desktop planning software:
* No installation - entirely server based, just need Google earth
* Lightweight KML Layers can be shared easily and viewed on top of other data
* Easy to use interface with sliders and multiple choices with scope for advanced input

Registration for the public version is free at http://cloudrf.com. Enterprise LAN options possible too.

Also available as an Android app 'RF Signal Pro' ;)

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