Introduction: How to Make FM Receiver Using Arduino

Hey guys. Wan't to make something cool? Check this out.

In this video, we have given a brief demonstration of FM Receiver using Arduino. In this Instructable, we will show you how to make it step-by-step.

Let' get on with it.

Step 1: Components

1. Arduino

2. TEA5767 (FM Stereo Radio Module)

3. 16 X 2 LCD Display

4. 1 kΩ Potentiometer

5. Jumpers

6. Breadboard

7. Speaker, of course!

So once you have these, go for the circuit diagram.

Step 2: Circuit Diagram

Follow this circuit diagram. There is only one thing missing in this circuit.

The potentiometer that you will use, middle-pin will be connected to A1 pin of Arduino, either side of potentiometer will be connected to VCC and rest one to the GND. Rotating the potentiometer will help us to set the frequency the channel (Check the video).

Step 3: Upload the Code

Also you need to make the TEA5767 Radio Module like this (shown in image) so that it will be easy for you to work.

The code is given in the description of the video. Do check it out.

Step 4: Show Time!

You are almost done. Just connect the Audio Output pin of TEA5767 with the positive terminal of Speaker as shown in circuit diagram.

Power the Arduino from Computer or Adapter.

Your circuit is ready. Tune to your favorite channel and enjoy the music. :D

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Comments

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OscarG11 (author)2016-10-30

Can this be done with Arduino Nano v3 instead UNO?

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Being Engineers (author)OscarG112016-10-31

Yes, certainly

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mkpeker (author)2016-10-06

Nicely done! Keep it up.

I have also made this
Simle Fm radio with easy to find parts;

https://www.instructables.com/id/Simple-FM-Radio-sure-Works/

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Being Engineers (author)mkpeker2016-10-06

We know. We commented on your Instructables. :D

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EmmanuelO33 (author)2016-06-30

Awesome

Quite cool

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Thank you. We will improve more on videos and Instructables posts. :) Stay tuned.

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