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PJON® (Padded Jittering Operative Network) is an experimental, Arduino-compatible, multi-master, multi-media, software-defined network protocol that can be easily cross-compiled on many microcontrollers and real-time operative systems like ATtiny, ATmega, SAMD, ESP8266, ESP32, STM32, Teensy, Raspberry Pi, Zephyr, Linux, Windows x86, Apple and Android. PJON operates on a wide range of media, data links and existing protocols like PJDL, PJDLR, PJDLS, Serial, RS485, USB, ASK/FSK, LoRa, UDP, TCP, MQTT and ESPNOW. PJON is an experimental network protocol stack crafted in 10 years of research and experimentation. It was originally developed as an open-source alternative to i2c and 1-Wire but during development, its scope and features have been extended to cover use cases where IP is generally applied. PJON has been engineered to have a variable footprint (4.2-8.2 kB program memory) and overhead (5-35 bytes per packet) depending on its configuration.


  • Modular packet format that includes only the field used (overhead 5-35 bytes)
  • Multi-media support with the strategies data link layer abstraction
  • Cross-compilation support with the interfaces system calls abstraction
  • Flexible local (device id) and shared (bus id) network identification
  • Hot-swap support, no need of system reset or shut down when replacing or adding devices
  • Safe error detection done with modern CRC8 and CRC32 polynomials

Programming Language



Data Formats, Communications, Networking

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