Spectrum Engineering Advanced Monte Carlo Analysis Tool

Software simulation tool developed at the European Communications Office (ECO) within the frame of European Conference of Postal and Telecommunication administrations (CEPT).

SEAMCAT Download
Official release of SEAMCAT-5.1.0-beta-7

SEAMCAT® is a free of charge integrated software tool based on the Monte-Carlo simulation method. It permits statistical modelling of different radio interference scenarios for performing sharing and compatibility studies between radiocommunications systems in the same or adjacent frequency bands.

A repository containing older official SEAMCAT versions can be found here

Installation Instructions:

  1. When pressing the download image we ask you to give regitration data.
  2. Once registered the download can proceed. It consists of a single file (.jar file) which can be launched by running it with the Java launcher. NOTE: to ensure optimum performance on 64-bit operating systems please ensure you have the 64-bit variant of the Java runtime installed

Send us an e-mail, if you have problems with the installation. If you find bugs or have suggestions on how Seamcat can be improved, before e-mailing us, please check the known issues and the frequently asked questions sections listed in FAQs link.

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System Requirements:

  1. Make sure you have the Java Runtime Environment version 7 and above. You can test your Java version here. NOTE: if you are running on a 64 bit OS (most modern systems) please ensure you have the 64 bit variant of the JRE installed. It can be downloaded here.
  2. You need to have at least 1 GB of physical RAM is required on your computer.

Plugin development:

SEAMCAT supports custom written plugins. You need to develop your own plugin using a Java development environment (IDE) for instance IDEA Intellij. The Java dependencies (.jar file) needed for you development can be downloaded from here

The javadoc api for the plugin model can be found here: javadoc/index.html