Signal Assessment Using Geospatial Analysis Project (SAGAP)

25 Jan 2024 8:36 AM

SAGAP made use of massive amounts of PEDRO spatial data to generate Radio Frequency (RF) signal propagation simulations. Using the elevation data as an input, simulations of how vertical obstructions affect the strength and direction of RF signals were conducted. The results are readily available on SAGAP Portal and can be used to assess the different areas in the country where signal coverage (ex. TV, cellular, etc.) is needed.



The SAGAP Phase II aims to create simulations of refined radio frequency (RF) signal propagation, considering the following factors: radio parameters, geographical conditions, and obstructions. This is intended to help strategically place transmitters owned by government, telecommunications companies, and TV and radio operators.  

SAGAP Phase II utilizes PEDRO Center’s satellite data to generate different Digital Elevation Models that are used to create RF signal propagation simulations.   


Project Staff

Harold Bryan S. Paler - Project Leader

Jean Jay J. Quitayen - Technical Lead

Korinne Ella R. Morico - Technical Lead

Pocholo Miguel A. De Lara - Technical Officer

Julius P. Urbina - Project Manager


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