RadioThorium in TDD and FDD Configurations

RadioThorium in TDD and FDD Configurations

February 8, 2024

24 GHz Radar, 5G, Communications, Radar

This document outlines the procedure and profile setting of the RadioThorium module for baseband TDD and IF-mode FDD configurations.

Richardson RFPD’s RadioThorium is a family of general-purpose, high-performance, standalone frequency converters. The first RadioThorium product, created in partnership with Signal Craft Technologies (SCT), covers an output frequency range of 24 GHz to 44 GHz. The module is designed to interface directly with an external baseband platform, such as Analog Device’s MxFE (Mixed Signal Front-End) or similar software defined radio platforms.

Related Content

RF & Microwave

RadioThorium

RFPD-RT-2444-1, also known as RadioThorium or Radio Thorium, is a mmWave converter stand-alone platform for use in the 24 to 44 GHz range.

READ MORE »
RF & Microwave

RadioCarbon Technology

RadioCarbon is a standalone RF front end (RFFE) that becomes a development kit when paired with the BytePipe™ SDR system on module.

READ MORE »

RF & Microwave Support

Allow us an opportunity to assess your project and help bring your vision to market faster.

About our Team of Experts

Richardson RFPD has a team of over 50 technical resources available to provide design assistance on a variety of topics.  Although there are too many to name, we have highlighted specific topics that provide a representation of our support.