Raspberry Pi pirate radio? • AmateurRadiocom
Build your very own internet-connected radio with the Pirate Radio Kit! This kit has everything* you’ll need, including a Pi Zero W, Pimoroni’s flash new pHAT BEAT DAC and stereo amp, a 5W speaker, and a beautifully retro acrylic enclosure to make it look the business.
Raspberry PI Pirate Radio FM передатчик за 5 минут - QSYBY
It's a case for a Raspberry Pi radio transmitter. Has enough room for a Pi, USB battery case, and lengthy cable. Learn more at makezine/projects/raspberry
How to Build Pirate Radio with Raspberry Pi zero
Raspberry Pi Automated FM Radio Script. Contribute to Make-Magazine/PirateRadio development by creating an account on GitHub.
Raspberry PiRate Radio FM Transmitter - rtl-sdrcom
Raspberry Pi FM radio transmitter with Buttons. Home; Articles; Raspberry Pi FM radio transmitter with Buttons; It is inspired by the Pirate Radio script frome Make Magazine. articles backup debian fm ham lasercutter pifm pirate-radio pmma raspberry-pi revspace .
Broadcast Your Own FM Radio Station, with a Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi Project: FM Radio Station (No Coding Required) 2. 8 FM Radio Station (No Coding Required) Turn Your Raspberry Pi into simple yet powerful FM Radio Station and broadcast for free today! 2. 8 (2 ratings) Your very own Pirate Radio Station. How cool is that!
Pirate Radio - Pi Zero W Kit • RaspberryPidk
1/26/2015With the announcement of the Raspberry Pi Zero, we decided to revisit one of our favorite projects, the PiRate Radio. And with the smaller size, we turn it into a Pirate Radio Throwie. Full
How To Start A Pirate FM Radio Station Using Your Raspberry Pi
Over at Make, they’ve posted an interesting project showing you how to convert your $35 Raspberry Pi into a wide coverage FM transmitter. This simple hack turns your Raspberry Pi into a powerful FM transmitter! It has enough range to cover your home, DIY drive-in movie, a high school ball game, or even a bike parade […]
Raspberry Pirate Radio – Raspberry Pi
Pimoroni Pirate Radio is a lovely product with a nice ‘retro radio’ feel to it. It would make a wonderful present for anyone who’d enjoy building their own radio – and it really doesn’t take a long time to assemble, as long as you have some elementary soldering skills.