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This article is about the RF signal tool. For the Nickelodeon programming block, see Nickelodeon Splat!.

SPLAT! (short for an RF Signal Propagation, Loss, And Terrain analysis tool[1]) is a GNU GPL-licensed terrestrial Radio propagation model application initially written for Linux but has since been ported for Windows and OS X. SPLAT! can use the Longley-Rice path loss and coverage prediction using the Irregular Terrain Model to predict the behaviour and reliability of radio links, and to predict path loss.

There is a similar application to SPLAT! called Radio Mobile which is also free for amateur radio operator use.

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