ARQUIMEA will present its new family of LVDS chips in Japan at the MEWS Congress

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has selected ARQUIMEA to introduce its new space-qualified LVDS product family during the 31th edition of the MEWS Conference in Tokyo on November 8-9.

ARQUIMEA’s new LVDS devices (driver, receiver, transceiver and repeater) are a competitive alternative to the LVDS components currently used in many space systems, especially those that are part of the SpareWire ecosystem, providing higher speed, extended input common mode range and hysteresis. The qualification of the entire LVDS family is currently in course and it is expected to be completed in Q2 2019.

MEWS is the Japanese leading microelectronics space congress and reunites the most relevant space agencies and organizations all over the World.