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DIY Arduino FM radio

Posted on Monday, July 2nd, 2018 in Arduino, DIY, how-to by DP

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Nick over at educ8s.tv shared detailed instructions of how to build this DIY Art Deco style FM Radio project using Arduino:

Let’s see what we are going to build today! As you can see, we are going to build an Art Deco style FM radio receiver. The design of this radio is based on this spectacular 1935 AWA radio. I discovered this old radio while searching online and also in this book about the most beautiful radios ever made. I loved the design of this radio so much that I wanted to have a similar one. So I devoted a month of my time to build my own.

Full details at educ8s.tv.

Check out the video after the break.

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  1. Max says:

    The radio is cute as kittens, and I must give kudos to the author for having an actual text blog post to read instead of just a video; but I can’t help musing on its awkwardness (“We can change the frequency from this knob and the volume from this knob”) stemming presumably from it being a straight transcript of the video…

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