Spectra Aerospace & Defense is a trusted and growing platform of C5ISR companies – CALCULEX, Galleon Embedded Computing, and ArgonFDS - bringing over a half-century of rugged, mission-ready, battle-tested experience to bear in aerospace and defense applications. From high-speed data acquisition, data recording and secure, high-density storage, to computing and rugged, clear display of mission data, Spectra delivers the products and subsystems needed for the most demanding military air, land, and sea platforms. With our comprehensive portfolio of rugged products, systems, and solutions, the Spectra family of companies’ customized end-to-end solutions for the C5ISR market help military end-users achieve mission success. Simply put, Spectra companies help you Capture, Process, and Display your mission-critical data in the harshest environmental conditions. In the air, at sea, on land, and in space, we’ve got you covered.

CAPTURE

Data Acquisition

Sensor Recording

PROCESS

Mission Computing

Encrypted Storage

NAS & File Serving

Processing & Routing

DISPLAY

Displays

Peripherals

Tablets

Workstations

RAPTOR Fiber Optic Splitter

Front-end Fiber Optic Integrator

Applications
Integrated Sensor System Capture
AESA, DAS, EOTS, HMDS, etc...
Electronic Warfare
ISTAR / SIGINT / ELINT / COMINT
Command & Control
Enhanced Situational Awareness

Benefits
User Programmable Routing Configurations
No-code config updates allow for rapid/reliable technology insertion
Assured System Health
Prevent wasted test events & Continuously monitor high-speed sensor/system output

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Overview

Introducing the latest addition to CALCULEX’s arsenal of cutting-edge fiber optic technology – the RAPTOR Fiber Optic Splitter. This ultra-rugged solution is engineered to provide the front-end splitting necessary to seamlessly duplicate and integrate fiber optic systems, such as CALCULEX’s RAPTOR recorder, into a one-way high-speed fiber channel.

 

With its 24-in to 24×2-out fiber lanes and selectable speed settings of 2, 10, 25 Gbps, this splitter offers systems agility and flexibility in a highly durable, compact package. Users can easily control and monitor the product through the RS-232 control and status feature, further enhancing the convenience and ease of integration. Whether you’re conducting flight testing or deploying unmanned systems, the RAPTOR Fiber Optic Splitter provides the data integration capabilities you need to get the job done right. You can trust CALCULEX to deliver world-class fiber optic solutions that exceed even the highest engineering expectations.

Key Features

24 In to 48 Out Fiber Lanes
Duplicate and route fiber channel and optical Ethernet channels to multiple destinations. Software configuration defined any-to-any routing provides extreme flexibility for scalable high-speed system architectures.
Selectable Lane Speeds of 2, 10, 25 Gbps
Supports routing of multiple protocols with lossless duplication. Software reconfigurable to fit the current data channels and future growth.
RS-232 Control and Status
Easily reprogram routings and link speeds. Integrable device status for real-time monitoring of all data links.
Rugged MIL-STD Performance
Qualified for operations in the harshest of environments and utilizing MIL-DTL-38999 connectors for assured connection performance through high shock, vibration and other environmental hazards.
Minimized SWaP
The RAPTOR Fiber Optic Splitter offers an unparalleled advantage in platforms and pods that require advanced SWaP capabilities. With its compact and lightweight construction, it provides exceptional reliability and high-performance, making it a superior solution for a range of military and aerospace applications.

Qualifications & Specifications

Temperature
StorageMIL-STD-810G: -65°F ( 54°C) to 185°F (85°C)
Steady-state operationalMIL-STD-810G: -40°F ( 40°C) to 185°F (85°C)
Transient operational, ColdMIL-STD-810G: -70°F (-57°C) < 10 sec
Transient operational, HotMIL-STD-810G:+210°F (99°C) < 30 min Max
Transient start-upMIL-STD-810G: -40°F ( 40°C) to 185°F (85°C)
AltitudeMIL-STD-810G: 55,000 ft
HumidityMIL-STD-810G: 95% Aggravated
Explosive AtmosphereMIL-STD-810G: Proc I
Rain ExposureMIL-STD-810G: Rain Drip

EMC
CE102 Conducted Emissions, Power leads, 10 kHz to 10 MHz
CS101 Conducted Susceptibility, Power leads, 30 Hz to 150 kHz
CS114 Conducted Susceptibility, Full Recovery following Exposure
CS115 Conducted Susceptibility, Bulk Cable Injection, Impulse Excitation
CS116 Conducted Susceptibility, 10 Khz to 100 MHz, 10A Max
RE102 Radiated Emissions, Electric Field, 2 MHz to 18 GHz
RS103 Radiated Susceptibility, Field Intensity 200 V/m, 30 MHz - 18 GHz
MIL-STD-464 Para. 5.2.3 Power Line Transients
RTCA/DO-160D Section 25 Electrostatic Discharge
MIL-STD-704A&E

Vibration
SustainedMIL-STD-810G: Category 12, Procedure I
Gun FireMIL-STD-810G: 519.6, Annex D 250 sec per Axis
ShockMIL-STD-810G: 10 G’s
Ultimate LoadsMIL-STD-810G: 15 G’s