Radio Mobile is a tool for the design and simulation of wireless systems. It predicts the performance of a radio link by using information about the equipment and a digital map of the area. It is public domain software that runs on Windows, or using Linux and the Wine emulator.

Radio Mobile uses a digital terrain elevation model for the calculation of coverage, indicating received signal strength at various points along the path. It automatically builds a profile between two points in the digital map showing the coverage area and first Fresnel zone. During the simulation, it checks for line of sight and calculates the Path Loss, including losses due to obstacles.

It is possible to create networks of different topologies, including net master/ slave, point-to-point, and point-to-multipoint. The software calculates the coverage area from the base station in a point-to-multipoint system. It works for systems having frequencies from 100 kHz to 200 GHz. Digital elevation maps (DEM) are available for free from several sources, and are available for most of the world. DEMs do not show coastlines or other readily identifiable landmarks, but they can easily be combined with other kinds of data (such as aerial photos or topographical charts) in several layers to obtain a more useful and readily recognizable representation. You can digitize your own maps and combine them with DEMs. The digital elevation maps can be merged with scanned maps, satellite photos and Internet map services (such as Google Maps) to produce accurate prediction plots.

The main Radio Mobile webpage, with examples and tutorials, is available at: