Build An Open Source FM Radio Station With Your Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Build an open source FM radio station with your Raspberry Pi. via github
FMBerry is a piece of software that allows you to transmit FM radio with your Raspberry Pi.
How does it work?
It uses the Sony-Ericsson MMR-70 transmitter, which was originally intended for use with Sonys Walkman cellphones from early 2000s. You can get these for really cheap from Amazon.
What do I need to build this?
Raspberry Pi (Model A/B – 256MB or 512MB)
Soldering equipment (soldering iron and some solder)
Cable for connecting to your Raspberry Pis GPIO port (old IDE cable does work fine!)
The hardware is explained here: HARDWARE.md
This software was developed under Raspbian Wheezy 2013-02-09.
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