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    Maximum Bitrate Mickz's Avatar
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    Been away, looks like the guys have covered the question.

    Yet the big problem is the sound card ground (which for AC noise is NOT the PC case ground) eliminate this ground differential and you solve most of your problems.
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    We missed you Mickz :-)

    I'll come back here tell you all how I go! Thanks for your input guys - always appreciated

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    Linux/Raspberry Pi driver for DAB Radio Development Board.

    Release of beta Linux/Raspberry Pi driver here:

    http://www.monkeyboard.org/tutorials...-digital-radio
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    Morning all,

    Sorry to be lazy, but on page 7 noticed the Monkeyboard didn't have a RR plugin, does it now (I will try to get through the other 22 pages to find out)?

    Thanks,
    Dave
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    The monkeyboard has support in RR - CF - Driveline and FreeIce. SNO

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNOtwistR View Post
    The monkeyboard has support in RR - CF - Driveline and FreeIce. SNO
    Thanks very much
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    Quote Originally Posted by SNOtwistR View Post
    The monkeyboard has support in RR - CF - Driveline and FreeIce. SNO
    Erm... I downloaded the latest RR (March 2013). I still cannot find the monkeyboard in the list of radio modules. Does it go by any other name?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nighthawk View Post
    Erm... I downloaded the latest RR (March 2013). I still cannot find the monkeyboard in the list of radio modules. Does it go by any other name?
    No RR plugin exist for the monkeyboard !

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    Hi guys,

    I have completed my project http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/hardware-development/152973-dab-dab-fm-digital-radio-development-board-25.html#post1488368.
    Below are two pictures of the receiver.
    1. Modul 1 installed
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    2. Modul 2 also installed
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    The USB-A connector is for the external power supply and I2C communication with other modules.
    http://youtu.be/dd0-Fkr23DEyou can see a video.
    In the software I have the FM functions removed (I do not use it) and added a second signal strength. In addition, you can see which tuner is active. With the button "DAB" I can switch the mode. (Automatically - only tuner 1 - only tuner 2)
    Communication with the computer via the USB port of the first Tuner. 2nd Tuner connected via I2C with first tuner.
    For this it was also necessary to modify the keystone.dll and PIC firmware.
    By changing the firmware of the PIC, the receiver can now automatically adjust the last station and work without a computer.

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    Hi guys,

    I have completed my project dual tuner receiver with 2x Keystone module.
    Below are two pictures and a Video of the receiver.

    Modul 1 installed

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    Modul 2 also installed

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    The USB-A connector is for the external power supply and I2C communication with other modules.
    Here you can see a video with modyfied frontend.

    Video:
    http://www.myvideo.de/watch/9118476

    In the software I have the FM functions removed (I do not use it) and added a second signal strength. In addition, you can see which tuner is active. With the button "DAB" I can switch the mode. (Automatically - only tuner 1 - only tuner 2)
    Communication with the computer via the USB port of the first Tuner. 2nd Tuner connected via I2C with first tuner.
    For this it was also necessary to modify the keystone.dll and PIC firmware.
    By changing the firmware of the PIC, the receiver can now automatically adjust the last station and work without a computer.

    Andre

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