Design of test facilities, data collection scripts and anything connected to testing KORUZA units.
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KORUZA-testing

Here you can find design of test facilities, data collection scripts and anything connected to testing KORUZA units.

This repository will contain all the details for KORUZA testing facility and other testing scripts.

Check repository koruza-instructions if you are looking for documentation on how to assemble and use Koruza system. See project website for complete specification and introduction.

Should you need any support with KORUZA system, get in touch with Institute IRNAS team and others involved in the project via chat.


Buy

You can order KORUZA from our partner company Fabrikor.


Licensing

KORUZA Pro Hardware with documentation, including KORUZA portable mount, is licensed under CERN OHL v.1.2. license.

Firmware and software originating from KORUZA Pro project, including Websocket real time logging, is licensed under GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE v3.

Open data generated by KORUZA Pro project, including data generated by KORUZA packet loss testing, is licensed under CC0.

What this means is that you can use this hardware, firmware and software, data and documentation without paying a royalty and knowing that you'll be able to use your version forever. You are also free to make changes but if you share these changes then you have to do so on the same conditions that you enjoy.

KORUZA, KORUZA Pro and IRNAS are all names and marks of Institute IRNAS Rače. You may use these names and terms only to attribute the appropriate entity as required by the Open Licence referred to above. You may not use them in any other way and in particular you may not use them to imply endorsement or authorization of any hardware that you design, make or sell.