T-RECS was designed and developed by Long Wave to interface with various military data communications systems. The PC-based system supports multiple clients and is a cost-effective method of interfacing existing legacy communications data terminals into a network environment. One T-RECS can replace up to 16 operator terminals with greatly enhanced capabilities. The T-RECS server/client architecture can provide several options for connecting multiple client workstations to a single messaging server, single client workstation to multiple messaging servers, or multiple client workstations to multiple messaging servers. This flexibility allows your systems to expand or contract without the need for costly software or hardware modifications.
T-RECS is also useful in operational training lab applications as an economic stimulation device for multiple data circuits using an embedded scripting capability. The embedded scripting capability allows for the playback of specific content at specific times or a specific volume of traffic over a period of time. The user can pause, stop, rewind, or skip using the simple scripting tools to assist in training or testing needs.
T-RECS is accredited for Top Secret and was granted an Authority to Operate (ATO) and Type Accreditation in April of 2013. T-RECS is registered in both the DoD IT Portfolio Repository DON (DITPR-DON ID 22929) and the Department of the Navy Application and Database Management Systems (DADMS ID 85390). The Navy issued Full Readiness Certified Board (FRCB) approval for T-RECS installation at three communications centers in May of 2013.
T-RECS also supports High Level Architecture IAW IEEE1516-2010 and can be installed on any Windows-based platform.
T-RECS messaging server comes in 3 different models; Standard, Advanced, and Mobile.
T-RECS Module Features
Full Interface Features
Full Receive Port Features
Full Transmit Port Features
Full Port Configuration Features
Full General Port Features
Communications port per Server
Fiber Optics Interface
19″ Rack Mount
Standard T-RECS comes in a standard 3U 19” rack mount configuration for the messaging server. It comes standard with configurable RAID to support your data integrity needs. Each server has 16 different ports that can be configured separately and used simultaneously. With optional ruggedization, fiber optics, and other communication interfaces, standard cable sets can be provided in 6 foot increments. Specialized cable and termination options are available upon request.
Contact us for further customization or other options to meet your specific requirements.
This is the standard in military data communications.
Continuing modifications to fielded systems put high demands on integration and test personnel requiring the need to make the integration of test process and actions more efficient. Mobile T-RECS brings the test team to the system instead of the system to the test team. With the portability and survivability of MIL-STD-810G designed components, Mobile T-RECS can also support your strategic messaging needs while deployed in the tactical environment. Mobile T-RECS provides:
- portable, rugged system to field test hardware and software modifications or malfunctions
- higher fidelity testing for quicker defect identification
- portable, rugged system for ground communications while deployed.
- Supports RS232 (V.28/V.35), RS422 (V.11), RS423 (V.10), RS485, and RS530 ITU Standards with Full Protocol Support
- Serial mode protocols include Asynchronous, Bisync, SDLC, and HDLC (Synchronous Protocols available upon request)
- Independent transmit and receive FIFOs for each circuit
- Synchronous serial data rates up to 10Mbits/sec
- Asynchronous serial data rates up to 1Mbits/sec
- Improved parity and CRC detection capability
- Improved data rate clock generation
- Configurable as either DTE or DCE configuration
- All receive data is time tagged, displayed to the screen, and logged to memory
- AUTO PRINT functionality for received messages
- AUTO ARCHIVE of received messages
- User friendly archive search capability
- Receive Alarms can be configured for keywords or key phrases
- Port Rules, setup similar to common e-mail clients, to automatically act on received content
- Messages and templates can be copied from disk into transmit buffer
- Messages are transmitted at operator request over selected port
- Message scripts can be generated to transmit messages over specified ports and time intervals
- AUTO ARCHIVE of transmitted messages
- User friendly archive search capability
- Serial ports individually configurable
- Data rate (50-9600) simultaneous on all ports
- Asynchronous, iso-synchronous, or bit-synchronous modes (Synchronous Protocols available upon request)
- ASCII or Baudot
- Data Bits (5,6,7,8)
- Parity (even, odd, none)
- Stop bits (1,1.5,2)
- Transmit flow control
- User configurable presets
- Multi-window environment
- Each text window supports cut, copy, paste, and print, but can be disabled based on the users rights/roles/privileges
- View all communication screens simultaneously
- T-RECS can be deployed on any Microsoft Windows platform, including Server editions (Support for Windows 8 coming soon)
The LWI Audio Breakout Box (ABB) provides an interface for aircraft headset or handset for seamless integration into your VOIP training environment. The primary function of the interface is to provide a mechanism for the Push To Talk (PTT) functionality, found on either headset or handset, to ensure faultless analog to digital conversion for audio injection into the VOIP training environment when either device is used. Users can choose either input device, headset or handset, and know that the functionality provided by PTT will allow audio to be passed back and forth between the user and the controlling computer.