DAB Radio Hat

I purchased the breakout board above from ebay earlier, but as I contact KeyStone Semiconductors I am told that these boards have custom programming and that they have no info about the firmware on this module, so be aware – don’t buy these on ebay.

I would like to use one of these modules to create a DAB Radio Hat. F405 have 2 x I2S channels that should match this board so we can digitalize the sound and send it back out to speakers or into Raspberry PI. That would make an awesome, programmable radio. The modules are 26x26mm and would fit perfect on a Hat, but it all depends on price and availability – so let’s see.

What can we use a DAB Radio Hat for? Obviously to create a Radio :), but having a Radio as part of a control system allows us to play radio channels that can be silenced and replaced with audible alarms as things happen, play Radio on timed schemes to give the illusion that someone is home or simply play radio multiple places in the house.

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