Things used in this project

Hardware components:
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SparkFun SparkFun FM Tuner Basic Breakout - Si4703
SparkFun Speaker - 0.5 Watt (8 Ohm)
A great sounding speaker for a little radio project
Adafruit Monochrome 0.96" 128x64 OLED graphic display
A cool little display with very good contrast
Texas Instruments LM386 - Audio Amplifier - DIP-8
Famous op-amp for small battery-driven audio projects
Ard nano
Arduino Arduino Nano R3
Adafruit Membrane 1x4 Keypad
Adafruit 4-channel I2C bi-directional logic level converter
I havn't used that one but it should work
Telescopic antenna FM for F connector
kenable Panel mount F type screw


Fritzing diagrams FM radio
Both original Fritzing files and pictures / PDF


Github repository with source code for Arduino Nano


Patrick Müller

Hobbyist, mechanical engineer and father of curious children



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