Software Developed by Adam Dunkels

  • uIP TCP/IP stack provide TCP/IP connectivity to tiny embedded 8-bit microcontrollers, with maintained interoperability and RFC standards compliance. uIP is an implementation of the TCP/IP protocol stack intended for small 8-bit and 16-bit ...

    • BSD ($)
    • 1.3 Mb
    • Any Platform
  • uBASIC is a non-interactive BASIC interpreter designed for adding simple scripting capabilities to applications and systems with severe memory constraints. The (non-interactive) uBASIC interpreter supports only the most basic BASIC functionality: ...

    • BSD ($)
    • 4 Kb
    • Any Platform
  • The Contiki Operating System is mostly known as an operating system for networked embedded systems. A few years ago, however, Contikis primary claim to fame was its Commodore 64 port. With the help of JAC64, a Java-based C64 emulator developed by my ...

    • GPL ($)
    • 1.7 Mb
    • Any Platform
  • Protothreads are extremely lightweight stackless threads designed for severely memory constrained systems, such as small embedded systems or wireless sensor network nodes. Protothreads provide linear code execution for event-driven systems ...

    • BSD ($)
    • 256 Kb
    • Any Platform
  • lwIP is a light-weight implementation of the TCP/IP protocol suite that was originally written by Adam Dunkels of the Swedish Institute of Computer Science but now is being actively developed by a team of developers distributed world-wide headed by ...

    • Freeware (Free)
    • 154 Kb
    • Any Platform