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    bibek karki
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    Hello, I am working in the field of communication,Remote sensing and GIS.We are trying to design a communication network(WiMax). Is there any feature in ArcGis to support network design or any other softwares,links or any other ideas.Please feel free to mail(bibekjang@gmail.com) or discuss over here. Thank you.

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    Mark Reddick
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    Hi,

    Check out Cellular Expert from HNIT Baltic here. Cellular Expert supports a wide range of wireless technologies including GSM, TETRA, UMTS/HSDPA, LTE, WiMAX and other systems in frequency range from 150MHz up to 40GHz. And its all built on ArcGIS with all the benefits of having a full GIS system under the hood.

    To arrange a demonstration you can contact Vytautas Ramonaitis @ vramonaitis@hnit-baltic.lt

    Hope this helps.
    Regards,

    mark

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    Sam Sharma
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    ArcGIS Network Analyst provides network-based spatial analysis, such as routing, fleet routing, travel directions, closest facility, service area, and location-allocation. Using ArcGIS Network Analyst, you can dynamically model realistic network conditions, including one-way streets, turn and height restrictions, speed limits, and variable travel speeds based on traffic. You can easily build networks from your GIS data by using a sophisticated network data model.

    With ArcGIS Network Analyst, you can

    Find shortest routes.
    Produce the most efficient routes for a fleet of vehicles that must visit many locations.
    Use time windows to limit when vehicles can arrive at locations.
    Locate closest facilities.
    Determine optimal locations for facilities by performing a location-allocation analysis.
    Define service areas based on travel time or distance.
    Create a network using your existing GIS data.
    Generate a matrix of network travel costs from each origin to all destinations.


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    Sam
    Wimax Training

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