Teensy SDR project


rheslip made this Teensy SDR project, that is available at Github:

I managed to get the Teensy SDR in an enclosure over the Christmas holidays – now its starting to look like a radio!
The enclosure is a plastic Hammond. Front and rear panels are PCB material and I added a layer of PCB inside to mount the boards and help with shielding. Front panel mounts the 1.8″ TFT display, two buttons for the UI, micro USB from the Teensy 3.1, Teensy audio shield headphone jack, an encoder for tuning and a pot for volume. Back panel has antenna and power connectors and a couple of holes for the speaker/mic I intend to use.

Check out the video after the break.

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