The DABBoard got an improved layout with added functionality, while keeping prices and footprint low. It is now available in our shop.
New features are:
- I2S full
digital audio data transmission to the Raspberry Pi is now supported
by the hardware, but a driver has to be added manually to the Linux
kernel to support it.
- The antenna and
L/R audio out are now accessible as pins on the board.
It is now possible to solder
a flash memory chip to the board and have the Si468x load its
firmware from that chip.
Silkscreen is printed on the
board to show the part numbers.
We have released a flexible API as a terminal tool to use the Si468x as a DAB processor in your projects.
The radio_cli named tool has the Si468x firmware compiled in. It allows control of all the main functions of the Si468x in a simple way. The tool saves you from worrying about the low-level functions when using the Si468x.
Booting up the Si468x now becomes as simple as running
and tuning to a station is simply
Get more information from the instructions pdf or run
Get the details here:
uGreen DAB Board
uGreen lauches the first Raspberry Pi DAB+ extension board with on-board audio-out headphone connector, based on the Silicon Labs Si4688 chip. The board allows simple DAB+ listening with your Raspberry Pi with a provided terminal software. Starting today, it can be purchased from our webshop.
uGreen successfully applied to the Climate KIC and innovate4climate stage 2 accelerator. The highly competitive Climate KIC accelerator program supports innovative startups with a focus on CO2 emission savings. During a short time span, the startup gets coaching to develop the business model and funding to develop the first product.