08 Jan '13, 1pm

Turning a tiny router into a webradio

Turning a tiny router into a webradio

[Peter] took his 703n router and added an ATtiny85 connected to two pots and the internal UART. This, along with a script to read the values from the pots, tells the router what station to tune into and what volume to play it. The audio is handled by a USB soundcard with an internal speaker, making [Peter]‘s build one of the smallest purpose-built Internet radios we’ve seen.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2013/01/08/turning-a-tiny-router-into...

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