Company Profile

Pioneers of Low Power Radio

Our Vision

At Radiometrix we strive to deliver the leading range of products that our industry has to offer. We believe in using technology to produce real solutions that you can trust to perform when it counts and will stand the test of time. That is what we have always done and will continue to do.

Our History

For nearly four decades we have been providing reliable and trusted performance critical solutions to leading manufacturers in many sectors including the Medical, Industrial, and Aerospace and Defence sectors.
U.K. based and engineer led, we pride ourselves on our history of delivering rapid solutions that are widely respected for their performance and quality, to customers worldwide.


The Early Years

Founded by U.K based engineers in May 1985. We have played an important role in the development of the licence-exempt SRD/ISM Band and wider wireless industry as we know it today.
Radiometrix paved the way for RF modules being offered in a compact form factor, through miniaturisation of the RF circuitry using SMD components, opening up a new vast range of potential applications.
First generation SAW based products such as the TXM & SILRX introduced pinouts that have since become industry standard.
Early Radiometrix products such as personal alarms & call buttons only became possible through the small form factor of our circuits

The 1990s

In 1990 Radiometrix was a founding member of the influential LPRA (Low Power Radio Association).
In 1994 Radiometrix pioneered it’s well known BiM range of bi-directional transceivers, becoming the industry standard dual in-line pin out.
Radiometrix launched RPC (Radio Packet Controller) modules, adding sophisticated protocol support to the successful BiM radio circuitry.
In 1999, we launched the BiM2, a transceiver with an even smaller form-factor.

The 2000s

In the early 2000s, Radiometrix launched small SIL footprint crystal-controlled modules
for the VHF band (TX1 and RX1), & the matching BiM1 transceiver.
Next followed PLL Synthesiser based multichannel narrow band modules starting with the TX2M/RX2M family, which could be factory customised to any frequency.
Additional PLL based designs proliferated (the TR2M transceiver, the smaller LM and SMX families, and the easy to use TDL Serial Radio Modem Modules).
In 2005 Radiometrix opened an additional R&D office in the U.K.’s scenic Westcountry.

The 2010s

In the 2010s Radiometrix launched more specialised radio modules such as the vibration resistant VX2M transceiver, higher power (2w and above) VHF and HF products, & the very narrow bandwidth high sensitivity FBR0 receiver.
Existing families of modules expanded to include versions on other bands (such as the VHF TX1M, RX1M and TR1M, and the 869MHz TR3M).
The FPX3 introduced a family of higher powered, high data rate transceivers in the 869MHz band.
The high-performance, fast switching 500mW SFX2 and WFX2 transceivers were released, ideal for long-range 458MHz industrial band applications.

The 2020s - Going Forward

In the 2020s Radiometrix launched its peer-to-peer LoRa modulation family with the LRM3.
Most recently Radiometrix has continued to develop new and innovative designs for more specialised applications. For example, the specialised A40B, a category 1 fire alarm controller with frequency programmable mesh networking.