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edrt4edf
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re: How to design a digital FM radio
edrt4edf   3/14/2012 5:27:44 PM
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Hi, it would be nice to start the article with a direct reference to the chipset used. You work for Cypress, but an IC reference may be useful to many readers, regards, John

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swstone54   3/14/2012 2:46:00 PM
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The Apple iPod nano (6th gen.) has a FM receiver built it.

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Jthienel   3/14/2012 1:51:46 PM
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My Motorola Flipside has an FM tuner. There is no built in antenna so you need to plug in a headset even if you want to use the internal speaker. I use it when traveling. No internet connection required and no subscription fee.

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sierra tango   3/13/2012 4:15:32 PM
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the ultimate in portability and access, yet the service providers do not make a buck from terrestrial broadcasts....this is the crux of the problem. Good luck locating a smart phone or a flip phone w/an FM receiver, you have about the same luck of locating a Detroit Lion with a Super bowl ring!!

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