FM430 – A MSP430 and TEA5767 project that lets you listen to clear digital FM

Posted on Wednesday, May 20th, 2015 in DIY, MSP430 by DP


From the comments on our earlier FM radio receiver post.  Rohit Gupta shows off his digital FM Receiver on MSP430 using TEA5767:

I completed one yesterday using the MSP430 and TEA5767 Chip. Gave it a minimalist switch to toggle the channels stored in an array. Gives realtime channel strength and transmission quality values too over serial.

Code is shared on Github.
Check out the video after the break.

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One Response to “FM430 – A MSP430 and TEA5767 project that lets you listen to clear digital FM”

  1. r4k says:

    Always nice to know the DP mods are listening. ;-)

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