ARQUIMEA’s HDRM and DEM (deployment mechanism) proved to be the right solution for the solar array deployment for the ESA Project μHETsat microsatellite.
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SAM is a high-precision robot that performs different types of measurements inside High Level disposal cell casing which has been designed for ANDRA. The system shown an excellent behavior and was delivered succesfully in due time and form.
European Commission under the Horizon 2020 program aims to reduce the dependence from non‐European sources on a critical space technology. Thus, ARQUIMEA’s REACT developed three different HDRMs (5 KN, 15 KN and 35KN) and proved their qualification.
JUICE (JUpiter ICy Moons Explorer) is an ESA Mission where ARQUIMEA proposed the use of their space-qualified release nut REACT 15KN extended operation temperature range and proved to be the optimal solution.
ARQUIMEA implemented the required logic into FPGAs which were assembled in the GEO-SCAU system and the EUTELSAT QUANTUM satellite completed the qualification phase. The FPGA firmware hardware validation done at AIRBUS facilities and successfully delivered.
MAQUETTE is a turnkey project (engineering, procurement, construction, installation, operation and maintenance) for ANDRA which showed an excellent behavior and observations pointed out that the rock cracking was reached.
REDSAT ASIC for Electronically Steerable Antenna (ELSA) is the first space microelectronics project awarded to ARQUIMEA which radiation characterization ands qualification were successful. Thousands of flight models were selected from the WAT and delivered to the customer.
ARQUIMEA’s PRE2POS Gimbal is the right solution for the target applications in small sats. It is a standard product, cost affordable and which successfully delivery in due time and form of the EQM model.
ARQ-RSB02 is a Full CMOS device designed by ARQUIMEA using the DARE180 rad-hard standard cell library under the QUANTUM project. The new digital ASIC allows controlling and managing the RF subassemblies of the ELSA+ phased array active antenna and enabling fast beam hopping.
LEA project was looking for a fully European solution for the release nuts part of the HDRM. They had to be used for both the release of the arm and the deployable reflector.ARQUIMEA proposed the use of their space-qualified release nut REACT 15KN extended operation temperature range.