What is LVDS (low-voltage differential signaling)?

LVDS was presented in 1994. LVDS works at low power. It can be executed at exceptionally high rates utilizing cheap twisted-pair copper cables. It determines electrical attributes of a differential, serial signaling standard, but it is not a protocol. LVDS outputs are capable of managing the high data rates and keeping noise emission low, hence ensuring the performance of the analog front end. LVDS utilizes differential signals with low voltage swings to send information at high rates.