Lists all currently available profiles in a tree structure. Some entries may be simple placeholders used for grouping and not contain any meaningful information (like “Mobile Radio” in the screenshot).
Lists the various overlay entries that can be displayed in the Spectrum and Channelpower View. This is typically used to mark frequency ranges used by specific service providers or channels within the current profile.
As the frequency allocation especially for mobile communication is constantly changing you can update it with data exported from the EFIS database that is maintained by the european mobile radio operators. For that you’ll have to perform a “Right of Use” search on the www.efis.dk website and export the results as CSV, then import that file into the profile editor using this button. You’ll then have a choice to either replace or extend the existing overlay entries with this data.
Note: The EFIS database is a third-party product and in no way associated with Aaronia AG. It may change or stop functioning without notice, and Aaronia AG cannot provide any support for using it.
Often a frequency range contains a large number of channels with similar characteristics (width, spacing, naming scheme, …). The channel groups feature allows to specify a large number of channels en-bloc instead of individually entering each:
– Start Frequency: The frequency of the first channel in the group, defaults to the start frequency of the selected overlay entry
– Channel Count: How many channels should be generated
– Channel Width: The frequency span covered by a single channel
– Space between Channels: The spacing between two channels, defaults to 0 Hz. You can specify a negative value to create overlapping channels.
– Start Numbering at: The number to be used for the first channel in this group, defaults to 1
– Increment Numbers by: Specifies how subsequent channels will be named. By default channel numbers will simply be increased by 1. You can specify a negative number to generate decreasing channel numbers.
The example above would generate 12 channels named 1 to 12 in the frequeny range of 935.1 MHz to 937.5 MHz with no gaps between them.