Micro FM Transmitter

This circuit is commonly credited to Japanese multimedia artist Tetsuo Kogawa. It takes audio input through a 1/4″ phono jack and, constructed as shown, without the optional antenna connections, will broadcast an FM radio signal about 30 feet. This is the standard model of Mr. Kogawa’s simplest FM transmitter, which... Read more »

Networked On Air Light

You may have seen those "On Air" lights at film, radio or television studios. Now that anyone can broadcast video over the internet, it’s time to learn how to build your own "Now Streaming" light that even wirelessly checks to see if you’re streaming! This guide will show you how... Read more »

Tweet-A-Watt Power Monitor

By Limor Fried and Phillip Torrone We live in a rented apartment, so we don’t have hacking access to a power meter or breaker panel. But we still wanted to measure our household power usage long-term, so we developed the Tweet-a-Watt. It uses plug-in electricity monitors at each outlet to... Read more »

Raspberry Pi as an FM Transmitter

RPiFM

This morning I was lazily browsing Reddit when I came across a project by the Imperial College Robotics Society in the UK. It’s code and instructions for using the Raspberry Pi as a low-power mono FM transmitter. When I saw how easy it looked to do, I ran over to... Read more »

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