Skip to primary navigation Skip to content Skip to footer

Recent Corearth News


ProX5 EME Release 3.7

October 2016

This latest release of ProX5 EME  predictive modelling software from Corearth includes some long awaited features:

  • Undo/redo functionality - now you can recover from a variety of different scenarios including accidental deletion or position change.
  • Assessment Points - these are no longer automatically calculated when an antenna change is made.   Recalculation of assessment point values is  now manually triggered.
  • Algorithm Speed Improvements - have led to faster exclusion zone calculation times.


Learn more about ProX5 EME.


ProX5 EME Release 3.6

February 2016

Corearth have now released the latest version of their ProX5 EME  predictive modelling software.  The focus for this release is on the redesign of the Object Explorer interface to now include interactive user feedback.  A display notification highlighting a configuration issue alerts the user of the need for corrective action rather than having to resolve the issue after site documentation creation.


Learn more about ProX5 EME.



Wireless Infrastructure 2016

January 2016

Corearth announce they will be exhibiting at the Wireless Infrastructure Show in Dallas TX May 2016.  The Wireless Infrastructure Show attracts 100+ exhibitors, and nearly 3,000 thought leaders and industry innovators from across the wireless infrastructure ecosystem.  You'll find us at booth 513.

Learn more about the Show here


ProX5 EME Release 3.5

August 2015

Corearth announce the latest released of their ProX5 RF EME predictive modelling software.  This second release of the year of the patented RF EME predictive modelling software contains a new 64-bit edition for improved memory management for larger communication sites together with bugfixes and new user enhancements.

Learn more about ProX5 EME.



CTIA Super Mobility 2015

July 2015

Corearth are exhibiting at the CTIA Super Mobility Expo, September 9, 10 and 11 in Las Vegas.  It's the largest and most influential forum in the Americas focused specifically on mobile innovation.  You'll find us at Booth 3855. 

For further information go here

2015 iAwards for ProX5 EME

June 2015

At the 2015 Queensland IAwards, Corearth's ProX5 EME  predictive modelling software was a Merit Recipient winner in both the New Product and Applications, Tools & Platforms categories.

As a state Merit Recipient, Corearth  have qualified as a finalist to compete at the 2015 National IAwards competition in Melbourne during August.

ISO/IEC 17025 Re-accreditation

April 2015

Corearth Australia Pty Ltd has achieved NATA re-accreditation to the internationally recognised ISO/IEC AS/NZS 17025:2005 Standard - accreditation number 15092. In achieving this, Corearth can continue to conduct RF EME measurements and deliver a NATA endorsed assessment report providing clients with the highest level of confidence in the validity of the reported results.


Accreditation to this Standard is an endorsement of the technical competency of key Corearth personnel in their ability to conduct and report on RF EME field measurements and of our internal management systems and processes that are in place to provide the highest level of confidence in measurement results.

ProX5 EME 3.1 Release

April 2015

Some significant changes and improvements have been included in this latest release of ProX5 EME.

  •  Non-Administrator Installation - Users can now install ProX5 EME locally on individual computers without the need for Administrator rights.  (Administrator rights will still be required to uninstall previous releases of ProX5 EME and if required, to install Microsoft .NET framework 4.5.1).
  • Software Licence Key Activation - ProX5 EME is now activated using a software licence key. A USB dongle is no longer required. Each licence is user specific and is not transferable.
  • Additional Calculation Models - ProX5 EME now includes a 3D aperture calculation model and an IEC62232 standard-based model, as well as the original 2D aperture calculation model.
  • Meshing Options - two meshing options are now available providing the user with the ability to vary the ‘quality’ of rendered radiation plumes.
  • Improved Performance and Stability - ProX5 EME is now more responsive and can handle drawings with much more detail than previously, especially when a dedicated video card is installed. Large multi-structure sites spread over a broad area are now better supported.
  • Transparent Plumes - Radiation plumes are now transparent when viewed in both the rendered and shade display modes in model view and on unpublished pages.

Learn more about ProX5 EME.