Radio due

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Radio due front 1.JPG

Radio due is a (digital) radio, that only plays the two stations we most of the time listen to at home. There is a switch for On/Off, a second one to switch between the two stations and a volume knob. That's all.

Contents

Software

Written using the Arduino API and the AR1010 library from Adam Jansch. The frequencies are hardcoded to Deutschlandfunk and Deutschlandradio Kultur for Berlin Kreuzberg. Code: Media:Radio_due.zip

Hardware

FooBoard_SMD: an Arduino compatible Breakout-Board for Atmega8/168/328… based on SMD parts.

AR1010 Breakout Board: a breakout board i made for the AR1010 module (AR1010 Module, currently difficult to get unfortunately).

The general Audio Amp from Jonathan Lock (unfortunately could not find original blog url any more) i modified for 1206 SMD components for easier soldering (instead of 0603 as in the original). Media:Radio_amp.zip

The case was built from 3 boards of laminated wood of size 170x250mm, and 18mm height. The front panel design (holes for the speakers) was generated with a magnetic particle system with particles of different weight and size. The boards where then milled on a 3 axis cnc-router. Media:Case_dxf_gcode.zip


Downloads

Code: Media:Radio_due.zip

Fooboard_smd: Media:FooBoard_smd.zip

AR1010_breakout Media:Ar1010_breakout.zip

audio amp Media:Radio_amp.zip

Case (dxf, gcode files) Media:Case_dxf_gcode.zip


More Pictures

Radio due front 2.JPG

Radio due back.JPG

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