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Here you will find the source files for our modules. First of all we would like to give you an overview of our software and what modules it can be run on. Further down this page you will find our research lab files where our students implemented their tasks. This should give you a feeling on how to work with our modules.

Note: All our software is provided "as is". We can not provide direct support. For any technical or support questions use the mailing list .



Hardware Software

Embedded Chip Radio


Embedded Gate/USB CC1020


Embedded Gate/USB CC1100


Embedded Gate/USB TR1001


Embedded Gate/Web


Embedded Sensor Board


Embedded Web Server



ScatterWeb², FeuerWare, des-testbed


ScatterWeb², Research lab projects, FACTS


ScatterWeb², FeuerWare, Research lab projects, Carrera, Vitalzeichen,


Research Lab Projects

All research lab projects are made for the MSB-430 boards, with the MSP 430 and not the ARM processor, that are developed at the FU-Berlin.
Each Zip File includes the source code and project documents. The differnce between the Group 1-5 is that different students use different programming techniques. The tasks are the same.

Research lab projects Tasks Source Code
summer 2009 ant-routing-algorithm, 3D-Mouse, bootloader Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
Group 5
winter 2008/2009 implementation of a routing and transport layer

Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
Group 5

summer 2008

Implementation of an ISO/OSI Transport protocoll Network Layer
winter 2007/2008 accelerometer, bloom filter, FAT file system, frequency switching for large file transport, Network Embedded Objects  

External Links

  • Contiki on ESB / MSB-430
    Visit Contiki operating system. Great work of Adam Dunkels at SICS, Sweden.
  • MSPSim
    A Java-based instruction level emulator of the MSP430 series microprocessor and emulation of some sensor networking platforms.
  • SWARMS project
    See the ScatterWeb nodes in action as part of the SWARMS project at TU Braunschweig.
  • Textbook
    An FDL'ed Textbook on Sensor Networksby Dr. Thomas Haenselmann (Universität Mannheim).
  • Solar routing with OMNeT++