2012 Archive

Merging clutter codes within a land use database

Clutter data provided in an MSI-Planet or ArcView ASCII grid format may contain more than 15 clutter codes. The EDX software before version 9.1 / 6.1 can use up to 15 codes so it may be necessary to translate or merge some of the original codes. For example, the original database might contain a class … [ Read More ]

ArcView Binary grid to .201 conversion

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Terrain data in the ArcView binary grid format can be used directly in the EDX program by specifying the folder that contains the ArcView files. However, only one grid area at a time can be used. In … [ Read More ]

Use BE and EDXCV to Shift building location in .MCS file

If you have an .mcs format building database that needs to be shifted the points that make up your building database are in x,y coordinates, so it’s easy to work with them in the UTM coordinate system:

Find a known point on one of the buildings, and get it’s coordinates, and translate those coordinates to UTM. … [ Read More ]

Opening multiple .kmz files in Google Earth causes errors

Currently, if you save an area study to a .kmz file an error can occur when opening multiple .kmz files in google earth. When you run area studies in SignalPro, the resulting display file is an .mxx file stored in the project .mxx directory. They are indexed by the view they are displayed in, and … [ Read More ]

COM usage and notes

COM objects are used within all EDX programs primarily to allow access to the RF equipment data for import and export through Microsoft Excel or other custom API’s. Study function objects (Area, lInk, etc studies) are also available only within EDX SignalPro and SignalMX.

A list of all currently-registered COM objects is available by running the … [ Read More ]

Installer freezes and does not continue

The symptom is you’ve gotten to the section of the installer where you’re asked to confirm/change the install location of the EDX software. You click next, and nothing happens; the installer appears to being doing nothing, eventually requiring force-quit from the task manager.

This can occur when you are part of a … [ Read More ]

EDX Wireless releases Version 2.4 of Signal-IQ, an indoor RF Planning tool

EDX Wireless releases Signal-IQ 2.4, a comprehensive and integrated Planning and Design suite for In-Building DAS and AP deployments

Eugene, OR, October 1, 2012 – EDX Wireless, a developer of innovative wireless
network planning tools, announces the release of version 2.4 of EDX® Signal-IQ™, a
comprehensive software system for the design of in-building wireless networks, including
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EDX Wireless releases SignalPro v8.0

EDX Wireless releases version 8.0 of SignalPro with enhanced functionality
for Point-to-Multipoint Networks

Eugene, OR.  August 13, 2012 – EDX Wireless, a leading provider of Wireless Network design
tools, announces the release of EDX® SignalPro® v8.0, its flagship wireless network design and
optimization software. This new release enhances the Point‐to‐Multipoint (PtMP) planning capabilities within SignalPro and contains … [ Read More ]

EDX Wireless releases In-Building Planning Tool

EDX Wireless releases Signal-IQ 2.3, a comprehensive and integrated Planning and Design suite for In-Building DAS and AP deployments

Eugene, OR, April 16, 2012– EDX Wireless, a leading provider of RF planning tools,
announced the release of version 2.3 of EDX® Signal-IQ™, a comprehensive software system
for the design of in-building wireless networks, including Distributed … [ Read More ]

Nethasp.ini Configuration

When setting up a network key, it’s common to need a nethasp.ini file in the EDX install bin directory to help EDX find the License Manager and Key for operation. Configuration of this file is critical for operation, yet there exists a number of configurations that the user should be aware of. Here is an … [ Read More ]