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High Frequency Propagation Models
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Notice: The Department of Commerce has made this HF propagation software available free of charge, as is from these web pages. Please understand there is no general funding to assist the users of this software. Users desiring program enhancements and modifications should contact Billy Kozma.
The following HF propagation models for Windows PCs are available from NTIA/ITS:
- HFWIN32- (05.0119W) Windows-NT/2000/XP & 95/98/ME 32-bit versions of ICEPAC / VOACAP / REC533
- Uses Tarma Installer©.
- Updated with new compiler, much faster than 99.0201 or previous versions.
- HFCC.zip- Antennas used by the ITU & HFCC
- These antennas are useful for HF Broadcasters and their coordination meetings.
ICEPAC is IONCAP with ICED profile model developed by NTIA/ITS.
VOACAP is IONCAP modified by USIA/VOA for broadcasting. Get source of VOACAP here.
REC533 is the ITU-R PI.533 model for international HF planning. Get source of REC533 here.
PCHFreadme.txt file describes installation and registration procedures.
For more information contact Billy Kozma.