Efficient Link Planning Tool

Design your Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint Networks for operational
excellence and resource utilization.

Design Your Networks with Wireless Link Planner

We know exactly what it takes to successfully deploy a microwave network. It starts with accurate link path planning. There’s enough complexity in wireless networking without adding more, so our advanced link planner i.e. LinkXpert allows you to craft efficient networks for optimal deployment and performance. Simulate fixed wireless scenarios, considering geography, distance, antenna elevation, and power. LinkXpert’s cross-platform compatibility and industry reliability make it the top choice for RF link planning. Plan and optimize communication links precisely, accounting for all power losses. LinkXpert is compatible with Microsoft® Windows®, Mac®, and Linux platforms offering free, user-centered network design software.

3 Easy Steps to Use LinkXpert


Select Your
Network Type

When you register to link planner, you are given a selection of network types (PTP, PTMP) to move forward with the network planning.


Navigate the Map and Satellite Mode

By selecting one, you are redirected to the map and satellite mode, where you choose country, link locations, and other parameters.


Access Comprehensive Network Data

Based on the selected parameters criteria, the wireless link planner simulates network link data in the form of tables, diagrams, and maps with relevant link information.

Think Ahead Plan Smart with Link Planner

Point-to-Point Link Planning

Plan efficient Point-to-Point (P2P) links by inputting the base station and Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) details in the link planner. The tool accounts for factors such as power losses, terrain profiles, and Fresnel zones. You'll receive calculations for throughput capacity, Line-of-Sight (LOS), and more.

Point-to-Multipoint Link Planning

For Point-to-Multipoint (PTMP) links, design complex networks with up to 12 CPEs. Visual aids on the map showcase the base station and CPE locations with markers. The base station's coverage is displayed through the link design tool using a sector.

Google Maps Integration

Our RF link design tool seamlessly integrates Google Maps to enhance your planning process, allowing you to visualize base station and CPE locations with markers. It also displays elevation data from Google Maps API, ensuring accurate terrain profile assessment.

Installation Report

Generate comprehensive installation reports for your links. The reports generated through the user-friendly link design tool can be exported as Excel files or downloaded as PDFs. They contain crucial information about link parameters, calculations, and site details.

Model and Modulation Support

Our Link planner supports the latest 1 Gbps and 2 Gbps UBR models, enabling you to achieve MCS 11 modulation. This compatibility ensures that you can plan links with the latest technology, optimizing your communication infrastructure.

Country Support & Customization

LinkXpert is designed for global use. With support for 196 countries, this link-building expert allows you to plan links anywhere in the world. Additionally, the network design tool offers the flexibility to plan without country restrictions, catering to various scenarios and requirements.

Plan Your Network Now


Empowering networks worldwide to think ahead, plan smart, and tackle any challenge with precision!


LinkXpert is the missing link in your network planning toolkit to increase capacity. Join network designers who have already discovered the key to unparalleled precision.

Prepare for the Unexpected

LinkXpert ensures your network remains resilient. From theoretical to real-world scenarios, it equips you to plan for optimal network performance.

Precision Planning with LinkXpert

Experience precision in network planning with the ultimate design tool, offering line-of-sight diagrams, Fresnel zone plotting, and elevation data for accurate link planning.

Plan Networks Across 196 Horizons:
Your Global Support Hub!

  • North America
  • Africa
  • Europe
  • South America
  • Asia
  • Australia

Frequently Asked Questions

For PTMP links, LinkXpert supports up to 12 CPEs, enabling the design of intricate networks.

LinkXpert offers a detailed terrain profile view and incorporates fresnel zone considerations to identify potential obstructions and ensure optimal communication paths.

Link planner is cross-platform compatible, working seamlessly with Microsoft® Windows®, Mac®, and Linux.

The Google Maps integration provides accurate elevation data, visual aids for base station and CPE locations, and a sector representation for the base station's coverage. It ensures precise terrain profile assessment and enhanced visualisation.

Yes, LinkXpert allows you to generate detailed installation reports. These can be exported as Excel files or downloaded as PDFs, providing essential link parameters, calculations, and site details.

Link planner is a specialized software tool designed for planning and optimizing communication links in various networking scenarios. It allows users to model and simulate different aspects of wireless communication, such as Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint networks. With features like the ability to consider factors like geography, distance, antenna height, transmit power, and more, Link planner helps in optimizing system performance before the actual deployment. It is a crucial tool for designing efficient networks, and ensuring optimal performance.

The terrain profile in link planner offers a detailed view of the geographical landscape along communication paths. It helps identify potential obstacles, ensuring optimal signal transmission and reliable wireless connections.

Link planner utilizes Fresnel zone information to minimize signal blockage caused by obstacles within the communication path. By strategically considering this elliptical area, users can optimize communication paths, reducing the impact of obstructions on signal quality.

Yes, LinkXpert allows users to input information about buildings or obstructions that might impact link planning. This feature ensures that the link calculations take into consideration real-world obstacles, contributing to the overall accuracy of the link planning process.

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