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App note: Receiving S/PDIF audio stream with the STM32F4/F7/H7 series

Sunday, March 17th, 2019

App note from STMicroelectronics about electrically connecting an external S/PDIF stream to an STM32 with an S/PDIFRX interface peripheral, Link here (PDF) The Sony/Philips Digital Interface Format (S/PDIF) is a point-to-point protocol for serial and uni-directional transmission of digital audio through a single transmission line for consumer and professional applications....

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An S/PDIF sound card using the PCM2906

Saturday, February 20th, 2016

Joesugar writes: When S/PDIF became available in the Teensy Audio Library I thought this might be the solution to ground loop problems I’d been having when interfacing projects to my PC. However, I quickly realized I didn’t have any sound cards with an S/PDIF interface. In the belief that I’d rather...

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Teensy audio library gets S/PDIF support

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

Paul over at DorkbotPDX has written an article on Teensy Audio Library with S/PDIF support: Thanks to the amazing effort of Frank Boesing, the Teensy Audio Library now has native S/PDIF output. Using a $1 TOSLINK connector, or just a red LED, you can get optical S/PDIF digital audio output....

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Hacking Android on the UDOO board (for SATA and S/PDIF)

Sunday, October 26th, 2014

Computer engineer Primiano Tucci has been experimenting with Android on the UDOO board. I recently came in possession of a UDOO Quad board. The hardware onboard is pretty powerful compared to many other competitor boards. Unfortunately, however, the software support for Android is lagging a bit. In particular, in the...

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S/PDIF Digital Audio on the Parallax Propeller

Saturday, April 30th, 2011

Beth from scanlime has posted a detailed explanation of her development of an S/PDIF encoder object for the Parallax Propeller. The source code is open under an MIT-style license. If you’re a Propeller enthusiast it should be easy to implement this code to give your next sound project a digital...

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