Radar Module

Micro Turn-Key Radar System for Indoor applications.

A new small form factor design to maximize performances and the user applications range. Extremely lightweight with patented embedded antennas system.

The embedded processing unit already performs advanced processing and target detection tasks.

The LT102 is a high configurable UWB radar. This module combines a full UWB transceiver and an on board MCU. The module is targeted for application like presence detection, position tracking, breath detection and analysis. The communication is achieved by an USB full speed (virtual com port). The module has an auxiliary connector that may be used as GPIOs or additional communication interface such as SPI and UART. The module is USB powered.

Typical detection range
100 mW
Typ. power consumption
Freq. range: 6.5 GHz to 8.5 GHz
Max allowed bandwidth for indoor
Power Supply: 3.3V or USB Powered
A wide range of power supplies
Temperature Range: -40° C to 85° C
Easily fits with extended industrial fields

Integrated Antenna

FOV: ±60° by ±60°

Elaboration unit

STM32 ARM Cortex M4

Communication interfaces

USB 2.0, SPI, UART, digital IO


36x68 mm

Designed for

EU EN 302 065 and FCC 02-48

Micro turn-key radar system

for indoor applications

Security and Military applications


Security and Military

Industrial and Automation for Industry 4.0


Industrial and Automation for Industry 4.0

Domotics lighting and smart buildings

Home, Office & Retail

Domotics lighting and smart buildings

People life and Health monitoring


People life and Health



ARIA sensors can recognize the presence of moving and static people. High-resolution Ultra-Wideband Radars allow for detection of extremely small movements like Breath also behind a wall. Respect to other market available solutions this new technology ensures higher precision results, low power consumption in small form factor.


Ability to measure the position of people and object in an area. Unlike Doppler-based radar devices or other technologies, UWB pulsed radar can accurately locate and count moving and static targets. Since these devices exploit the widest UWB spectrum available on the market, a lot of new applications are available.


Since ARIA radars measure distances, it is easy to know direction, position and speed of peoples or vehicles. The sub-nanosecond pulses allow the speed detection, at the same time, slow movements (like a man breathing) up to very quick transitions (up to 300m/s).​