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... Very accurate, but remember all coverage maps use computer predictions ...More...

... Like any coverage prediction map they can never be perfect, because the models used cannot perfectly model every single building, tree, blade of grass.... Our computer models use SRTM ground elevation data - this gives a very accurate representation of all the hills and valleys. On top of this it also knows the broad category of the land usage - ie whether it is open rural, wooded, urban area etc etc. Finally the computer model calculates how the radio signal decays as it gets progressively further away from the transmitter. The BEST way to use any coverage map is in a "RELATIVE" way - ie: comparing two plots with one variable changed like transmitter location, height, power ...

... Virtually anywhere yes! ...More...

... Due to the limitations of SRTM terrain data there are a small amount of areas where we cannot do maps - for example the polar regions of the planet ...

... Don't worry, we can advise! ...More...

... The best way to get an accurate latitude/longitude position is use our lat-long finder. For maximum accuracy, zoom in, and then turn on satellite image to exactly pinpoint your transmission site. We can help you decide on an appropriate power to use. The height we need is the height of the transmitting aerial above ground at that point - NOT the height above sea level. Please let us know the units you are using - eg: feet, meters etc ...

... No problem! ...More...

... It takes a bit extra work, so it costs a bit more - please get in contact to discuss details. We need details of your antenna system - eg manufacturer's model number and/or a file detailing the antenna pattern ...