Planning Low-Height Smart Grid Wireless Networks
Eugene, OR. December 31, 2013 – As a leader in the planning of smart grid AMI, SCADA and distribution automation (DA) networks, EDX Wireless is featured in this case study demonstrating how utilities can meet the challenges faced when designing wireless networks using low-height towers. Read story
Here are some links to sites that have GIS files that can be used on EDX software. These files may include county boundaries, roads, streets and other type of GIS information.
US Census Bureau Census 2000 County and County Equivalent Areas in ArcView Shapefile (.shp) format –https://www.census.gov/geo/www/cob/co2000.html
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To help new users get started using their software, EDX has made available basic data (terrain, clutter and GIS) for use in EDX products. It can be downloaded from the following link:
Please be aware that the resolution of this data in … [ Read More ]
Inside the Multipoint Studies dialog box is an option named “Study Results based on:” This option determines how servers are assigned to CPE’s for the active studies. The following table shows how this operates:
Study Results based on: “Assigned Server”
CPE “assigned server ID” CPE server assignment
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As a leader in advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) wireless network planning, EDX Wireless is featured in this case study demonstrating how Oncor, the largest electric transmission and distribution utility in Texas, recently implemented an AMI network based on the rigorous planning methods available in EDX SignalPro.
Read the article here: http://digital.power-grid.com/powergrid/201305?pg=29#pg29
The latest release of RF network design software includes enhanced
functionality for DAS, Small Cell and Smart Grid Networks
Eugene, OR. October 2, 2013 – EDX Wireless, a leading provider of Wireless Network design tools, announces the release of EDX® SignalPro® v8.1, its flagship wireless network design and optimization software. This new release enhances the … [ Read More ]