METUCHEN, New Jersey. -- October 13, 2006 -- Berkeley Varitronics Systems, Inc, the leader in portable, wireless test equipment, announces updated GPS-based mapping coverage validation software that supports WiMAX frequencies. Forecaster™ now supports all Coyote™ frequency modules including the newly released 2.5 and 3.4 GHz WiMAX receiver modules. In addition, Berkeley’s popular Gator™ stimulus transmitter also supports WiMAX frequencies allowing for a powerful transmitter (Gator), receiver (Coyote) and software (Forecaster) combo package. Forecaster™ software is available now for $2,500 with the WiMAX update downloadable for free to all current Forecaster users. Forecaster™ is Windows® GPS-based mapping system utilizing Berkeley’s Coyote™ Dual Modular Receiver System. The PC software consists of two parts: Projector and Analyzer. Forecaster allows Coyote users to plot and view coverage of wireless networks in table or graphical windows with the ability to create HTML reports of base stations/antennae coverage and RF overlap areas. KML overlap reports may also be generated allowing coverage to be viewed using popular programs such as Google Earth™. Forecaster combines realtime Coyote measurements, GPS geo-coding accuracy and PC analysis.