This is the third part of an ongoing series about building a low cost, open source streaming internet radio. If you haven’t already, check out part one and part two for some background about the project. Hacking the Asus WL-520GU Wireless Router: In the last part of this series , I selected the Asus WL-520GU wireless router as a suitable embedded platform for my Wifi Radio project. I have since posted some detailed specs on this impressive low-cost router, revealing it’s powerful Broadcom BCM5354 core , 4MB flash, and 16MB SRAM.
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Building a computer controlled radio transmitter How would you like to send text messages to your friends without wires, and without an Internet connection, and without paying monthly fees? In this project we will build a very simple radio transmitter that you attach to a serial port on your computer. The computer then runs a free program that converts words you type into radio signals that are decoded by another computer, using a cheap radio receiver, and a sound card. With a little study, you don't even need the second computer, since the radio signals are in Morse code, which anyone can learn to decode in their head with a little practice.
Introducing the Radio Shack Special Note: This is the original version.
Keeping with the theme of Mike’s Online Photo Editing Overview , I wanted to cover some of the entrants into social music. Music was probably the first type of rich media to really go “Web 2.0″ and it’s become a pretty popular place for startups. As a result, there are some great Rich Internet Applications built around social music.