Worldwide FM band support (76-108 MHz) Supports seek tuning, adaptive noise suppression, volume control, signal strength measurement, and more Two LM4864 audio amplifiers and a 3.5mm audio connector on board Communicates with target using simple I2C serial interface
FM Click with its Si4703 IC is a complete FM radio tuner in the form of an add-on board. It supports worldwide FM band (76 to 108 MHz). The board contains two LM4864 audio amplifiers as well. The Si4703 has a nice set of features like automatic frequency and gain control, RDS/RBDS processor, seek tuning and volume control. It uses your headphone cable as an FM antenna (recommended length between 1.1 and 1.45 meters), plugged into the board's 3.5mm audio connector.
FM Click communicates with a target microcontroller board via a simple I2C interface (SDA, SCL), INT, RST, CS and AN lines. All its features make this board ideal for MP3 players, portable radios, PDAs, notebook PCs, portable navigation systems, etc.
Note: This board is designed for use with 3.3V systems only.
mikroBUS Click Boards Overview Click boards come with header pins that you must solder yourself. After that, they just plug directly into a mikroBUS socket. mikroBUS is a specially designed plug-and-play pinout standard. Newer (v7) development systems manufactured by mikroElektronika, which we carry, have mikroBUS sockets already built in.
You also can connect Click boards to many other popular platforms via these adapters:
- PC — Click USB Adapter (MIKROE-1433)
- Arduino — Arduino UNO click shield (MIKROE-1581)
- Raspberry Pi — Pi click shield (MIKROE-1512)
- BeagleBone Black — BeagleBone click shield (MIKROE-1596)
- STM32F3 Discovery — STM32F3 Discovery Shield (MIKROE-1447)
- STM32F4 Discovery — STM32F4 Discovery Shield (MIKROE-1481)
- Stellaris LM4F120 LaunchPad / Tiva TM4C123G LaunchPad — Click BOOSTER PACK (MIKROE-1363)
In addition, it is royalty-free to add mikroBUS to your own designs. Visit the mikroBUS Category to see the full line of Click boards.
FM Tuner Add-on Board Resources