Session:Hacking the Z-Wave protocol

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Description Hack the Z-Wave Protocol Contest.


Control Z-Wave home automation devices from your Rad1o badge.
First three winners will get a batch of Z-Wave devices as a reward.

Website(s)
Type Other
Kids session No
Keyword(s) hardware, software
Tags Z-Wave, Hacking, SDR, Rad1o, Badge
Person organizing
Language de - German, en - English
de - German, en - English
Related to Projects:Rad1o, Projects:Rad1o-controlled
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Subtitle Introduction to Z-Wave and ITU-T G.9959 to help you hack
Starts at 2015/08/14 14:00
Ends at 2015/08/14 16:00
Duration 120 minutes
Location Room:Hackcenter 2

Subtitle Final results and awards
Starts at 2015/08/17 12:00
Ends at 2015/08/17 13:00
Duration 60 minutes
Location Room:Hackcenter 2

Z-Wave Hacking Contest

Based on ITU-T G.9959 paper (PHY and MAC of Z-Wave protocol) and some general (publicly available) information on Z-Wave upper protocol layer, as well as many devices to listen the ether.

The goal is to control in direct range a Z-Wave plug and get sensors values using your Rad1o badge. The code should work with 9.6kpbs, 40kbps and 100kbps Z-Wave channels.

First three persons who will push a unique working code on github under GNU GPL compatible license, will get an award: batch of Z-Wave devices: a plugs, few sensors, a USB dongle and a prototyping board.

CCC is over, but the challenge is not

Share your ideas here on this page, post links to your projects.

Here are some links from the internet to help you:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/31850928/manage-multiple-signal-speed-in-a-gnu-radio-flow-graph

https://greatscottgadgets.com/sdr/


Stay tuned!