3D channel modelling tool for Wireless Networks

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S_5GChannel is a comprehensive simulation tool for 3D channel modelling combining Volcano model suite, accurate 3D display, analysis capabilities and 3D GIS data to simulate and analyze propagation in any frequency band and any outdoor or indoor environment.

S_5GChannel for accurate predictions in mmW bands

The simulations result in realistic channel predictions that can be used in various tools (system-level simulator, channel emulator, etc.) for realistic performance assessment of new 4G and 5G spectrum usage, network deployment strategy, algorithms, hardware equipment, chipset design, etc.

S_5GChannel continuously evolves to cope with the fast-coming 6G network planning challenges.



Accuracy: simulates propagation in any frequency band and outdoor/indoor environment with maximum accuracy


Comprehensive solution: All-in-one channel modeling solution including stochastic and deterministic models

Performance: Most advanced deterministic tool: depolarization, diffusescattering, etc.


LiDAR: provides realistic predictions with accurate environment description thanks to LiDAR


What our clients say about S_5GChannel

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[…]“SIRADEL’s team offered wireless expertise and continuous support to our technology and product teams.The tool will be instrumental in the demonstration of capabilities and the relevance of OTFS for 5G and beyond, with standardization bodies, technology OEMs, and above all, service providers.
CEO, Cohere Technologies, USA
[…]SIRADEL’s tools offer an extremely advanced solution where both propagation models and Geodata are very accurate, and consequently the comparison of their predictions with measurements was on par with our highest expectations. Features such as simulation of 3D multipath, and diffuse scattering modelling are essential for accurate simulations and allowed us to confidently demonstrate OTFS performance advantages in a large variety of configurations.
Professor of the University of Southern California, who is a member of Cohere Technologies’ Technical Advisory Board
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