Sunday, February 10, 2013

FM Radio Receiver on Raspberry-Pi

How did I do?

The system is composed by the following components:
  • Raspberry-pi
  • FM Radio Receiver - Philips tea5767 i2c module (2$)
  • 3W×2 Mini Digital power Audio Amplifier Board - pam8403
  • Speaker



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17 comments:

Felix said...

Hi,
I'm trying to do the same but I can't get my code working on my raspberry. Could You please send me your compiled code? efelix2@live.de
Much thanks,
Felix

AnonOPs said...

Cloud you send me your compilated code AND your source code at cedricmartinez@outlook.com
Thank you

Christopher Smith said...

You sir, are a god.

Gerson Abdon said...

Could you please share the python code?

Thanks,

Gerson.

nithin said...

Could you please send me the code for raspberry pi to gsnithin@gmail.com . I am unable to port it from audrino. Would be great help.

yigit said...

Great article, great blog. Bravo!

trivalent said...

can you please send the python script code at rahul@shuklarahul.co.in?

triValent said...

Have you got the code? Please help me too....

Anonymous said...

Can you send the python code at 8fra3@email.it?

Thanks
Ciao

Anonymous said...

Hi. Can you tell me if is possible the raspberry record to mp3, the sound of the radio? Thanks a lot for this article.

Pablo Arthur said...

Amazing project!. Sound great, I am learning raspberry pi, and I bought the TEA5767, Do you think you can share the code with me at pablo@pabloarthur.com. Thanks you very much!! Pablo. :)

Szymon Marcinski said...

could you share your code with me? szymonmarcisnki@gmail.com

Daian Conrad said...

could you share de python code with me? daian.conrad@gmail.com
tks!

Samuel Steele said...

Has anyone been able to port the code??

Tim Kramer said...

I've been able to port the code and have working functions for tuning, status, mute, and unmute. I can't seem to get search-up and search-down to work on the TEA5767, but have gotten it to work on the RDA5807 (in TEA5767 mode).

Roberto said...

Intanto complimenti .. ho provato ma la libreria non support python 3,4 infatti
in i2c.py dopo aver scaricato Quick2Wire mi dice
assert sys.version_info.major >= 3, __name__ + " is only supported on Python 3"

Unknown said...

could you share your code with me? ghanmi.ahmed90@gmail.com