The Spectra product suite is based on and incorporates industry leading standards, specifications and technologies. These include:
EULER - EUropean Software Defined radio for wireless in joint security operations.
SCA 4.0 is more scalable, lightweight, and flexible than SCA 2.2.2. It is compatible with radio sizes ranging from small, single channel radios to prime-power, multi-channel sets.
Within the SCA the Common Architecture Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) is used as the message passing technique for the distributed processing environment.
The SCA Core Framework (CF) defines the set of open software interfaces & profiles for the deployment, management, interconnection, & intercommunication of software components in an embedded, distributed-computing communication system.
The Software Communications Architecture (SCA) is an open architecture framework that tells designers how elements of hardware and software are to operate in harmony within the JTRS.
The software components which provide for the management and execution of the SCA applications and devices comprise the SCA Operating Environment (OE).
This specification supports the ability to develop waveforms, which promotes the portability of waveforms across Software Defined Radios (SDR).