January 27, 2014 AT 1:00 am

From the Forums: The Public Radio Project

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Spencer Wright and Zach Dunham shared their Public Radio project on the Adafruit Forums!

The Public Radio is a simple way to listen to terrestrial radio. It’s a standalone stereo, tuned right to the FM frequency that you love most. One speaker, one knob, one station – it’s always there, always ready.

SYNOPSIS

The Public Radio is a project which spans industrial design, embedded systems design, and firmware.The files located within this project comprise a subset of the data reqired to fully complete The Public Radio, though efforts are being made to completely describe the project from top to bottom.

Check out the code on Github.


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2 Comments

  1. Thanks for posting this, guys! We’re really excited about the project and look forward to the community’s feedback. Please check out the github repo and be in touch!

    Spencer Wright

  2. Thanks for the post Adafruit! We’ll continue to share our updates on the forum as we get closer to releasing this spring. As Spencer mentioned, we’d love to hear your feedback.
    Thanks!

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