cnHeat - Illuminate the Unconnected
Built upon Cambium Networks’ expertise in RF planning, propagation, and modeling as seen in LINKPlanner and integrated with GIS data down to 1 meter precision, cnHeat generates highly accurate RF predictions and derivative services that accurately represent the reality of the RF world. To get started Download the template and follow instructions below.
Offering the best in class RF planning service that supports 5 GHz PMP 450 and ePMP
– and 3 GHz PMP 450 in LOS conditions.
Applications for cnHeat
Predict optimal install locations for new customers
The accuracy of the heat maps generated saves time and labor costs on customer installs. Because optimal installation locations are identified in advance, the installer can simply place the equipment immediately in the predetermined locations at the deployment site, then verify coverage from predicted to actual.
Optimize site deployments
cnHeat allows for the optimization of the placement of sites and configuration of APs and SMs within the site. Various site locations and heights can be modeled in order to maximize building coverage, which increases potential customer density while also minimizing site costs.
Prevent truck rolls for customers that cannot be reached
cnHeat predicts whether service can be extended to a customer based on the address of the requested service site. If the location cannot be reached, an unnecessary truck roll is prevented, saving time and cost.
Experience cnHeat -
Sign Up for Free Trial
To get started, follow these steps:
- Download the cnHeat .zip file containing the site information worksheet and field definitions documentation.
- Complete the cnHeat_Site_Information.csv file, then upload it on this Free Trial Sign Up Form. (Uploading the equivalent LINKPlanner project file is also acceptable.)
Cambium Networks will read your site information and reach out to you regarding your free trial, and how to order the cnHeat service from DoubleRadius at the end of the trial period. (Pricing information is listed in the chart below.)