Wireless optical system KORUZA is documented on GitHub, using best practices of software design to allow colaborative editing. See the KORUZA-instructions GitHub repository for proposing changes and reporting issues and see the links below for reading friendly version.

KORUZA Overview

KORUZA Overview – Read this overview to get the basic understanding of the technical operation of KORUZA.

Assembly Instructions

KORUZA Instructions - Step by step assembly instructions on how to build KORUZA units, including photo tutorial, best to be used with a DIY KORUZA assembly kit available at Fabrikor

Bill of material - Defines all parts required to assemble one KORUZA unit, two are required for a working link.

User Manual

User Manual – Instructions on how to mount, power up the KORUZA system and establish a wireless optical link.


KORUZA project source documentation is available in a number of GitHub repositories.

KORUZA – Here you can find all the plans for mechanical and electronic KORUZA parts.

koruza-pi – This is a KORUZA package for Raspberry Pi (user interface, measurements data collection, controller).

UniversalUnipolarStepperController – Here you can find documentation for universal controller for unipolar stepper motors with encoders and end switches.

koruza-testing – Test scripts for fuse in artificial fog tunnel and generalk testing, primary useful for scientific applications.


KORUZA Nodewatcher – Here you can see the real time performance of deployed KORUZA links.


Should you need any help with KORUZA, get in touch with others involved in the project and Institute IRNAS team via:

CHAT – Join our chat group for real time collaboration with IRNAS team members and others working on Koruza system.

FORUM – We recommend using a forum for help, so the information will be preserved.