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New TEA5767 Sketches to Make an FM Radio with Arduino © GPL3+

Library & sketches to control the TEA5767 FM radio module, using Arduino and an I2C LCD display. Release 02.00.00 is an arduino library.

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Components and supplies

A000066 iso both
Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO
The Arduino UNO manages the settings of TEA5767 but the module is autonomous
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NXP TEA5767 FM Stereo Radio | Mit Antenne | DIY Starter Kit
I have buyed the chip on eBay e.g. Ampario in Germany
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Arduino Keypad 4x4
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Mfr 25frf52 1k sml
Resistor 1k ohm
connected between VCC 5V and output A1 to limit current when potientometer is low
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09939 01
Rotary potentiometer (generic)
I have used a generic 10K to manage FM frequency change
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Apps and online services

Ide web
Arduino IDE
I have written sketckes with Arduino IDE on Linux 64bit (Linux from scratch version 8.2)

About this project

I love listening to the radio and I wanted to create a project featuring a portable radio managed by Arduino. To me, as a beginner, this project was important to study I2C and Arduino sketches.

Next step: I will publish an enhanced version of the software as a library.

There are two versions of the project:

  • easy: Arduino UNO, LCD display, TEAD5767 module
  • enhanced: adds a keypad (4 radio channels and seek) and analog control of frequency with a potientometer

Both are published as sketches on GitHub.

Code

Github repository
Repository where you can download the sketches and the library. NEW: version 02.00.00!

Schematics

Simple schemtic
List of parts and comments on how to connect (see notes!). The schematic is not complete because I am learning Fritzing
Radiofm1 bb kvsdinwr6w

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April 14, 2018

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