Radiocrafts was founded in 2003 by Peder Martin Evjen and Hallvard Moholdt, two radio designers with long experience, ranging from Kongsberg Defence Communications (NFT-Ericsson at the time) creating military radios, to chip and systems design in Chipcon, that is today the Low Power Wireless R&D centre of chip maker Texas Instruments.
The Vision of the two founders, “Making embedded wireless easy to use”, still remains the core of what Radiocrafts is about. The founders took the name Radiocrafts to show that creating good reliable radios is in many ways a craftsmanship where a technical understanding is important, but it is also important to have the competence that comes by long working experience in the crafts and arts of wireless.
Our modules are based on standardised hardware platforms with silicon from leading suppliers. We add firmware to make the module a user friendly device supporting a wide range of wireless technologies. We have the ability to provide customisation of hardware and firmware to adapt to the customer use cases, and we support customers in the antenna design. We engage in turn-key designs with our partnership customers.
We manufacture our modules in a world-class EMS, and the complete process from material souring to final test and packaging is done under our strict quality control.
Radiocrafts is a partner in TI’s Third Party Program, an active member in the standardisation of Wireless M-Bus (CEN and OMS) and the KNX Association.
Radiocrafts was founded in 2003. Their modules are based on standardised hardware platforms with silicon from leading suppliers. They add custom firmware to make the module a user friendly device supporting a wide range of wireless technologies.
The Development Kits from Radiocrafts are designed to provide an easy-to-use evaluation and prototyping solution for the wireless network designer.