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BeagleBone Black Radio Challenge

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All entries in this blog series: Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Review Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 1: Project description Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 2: Getting the different components to work Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 3: User interface (Work in progress) (this post) Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 4: The Build Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 5: Project Finalisation   Webserver Installation Disabling default webserver ...
All entries in this blog series: Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Review Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 1: Project description Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 2: Getting the different components to work (this post) Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 3: User interface (Work in progress) Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 4: The Build Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 5: Project Finalisation   Beaglebone Black LCD Cape Wifi Adapter Sound ...
After setting up the rtl-sdr software as defined here, next step to enable the USB sound card as planned. Unfortunately I don't have any USB sound card as of now, so i emulated one as described here. BBB has the audio output on HDMI port by default, so it is necessary to disable that, to ensure the audio playback on USB sound card. This can be done by changing uEnv.txt after "BEAGLEBONE" drive shows up on your host system. Change the uEnv.txt to   optargs=quiet capemgr.disable_partno=BB-BO ...
Greetings everyone.  Welcome to my first blog post covering my road test of the BeagleBone Black single board computer, and the DVB-T Stick Software Defined Radio.   I should probably start by introducing myself.  My name is William, and I'm a senior software engineer for Art & Logic, a custom software development outsourcing company based in California.  I work from my home in Prince Edward Island, on the east coast of Canada.  I've been interested in computers and ...
Hello everyone!   This is the first post for my Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge entry. I own a Beaglebone, so I have some experience with it. I even wrote a blog post about it on my own blog about compiling a new Angstrom image and playing around with GPIO pins from the shell. I also own a Raspberry Pi (I teach about using it at my local hackerspace) and couple of Chumby Hacker Boards. I also worked with Gumstix Overo boards while I was writing my B.Sc. thesis.   Project Description ...
Thanks element14 for selecting my design for Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge. I own a Beaglebone(first generation) so i have some prior experience in handling this new beauty(BBB).   My project aims in designing a radio using SDR and internet. The radio's interface(GUI) shall be Qt/GTK based. Provision of searching, storing and recording of channel shall be added. The audio output is using a USB sound card. The initial step is make RTL_SDR talk to Beaglebone Black.   Building rtl-sd ...
All entries in this blog series: Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Review Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 1: Project description (this post) Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 2: Getting the different components to work Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 3: User interface (Work in progress) Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 4: The Build Beaglebone Black Radio Challenge - Part 5: Project Finalisation   Project Description GUI Switching / Redundancy ...
UPDATE: Here are my other posts for the BBB Radio Challenge:   http://www.element14.com/community/roadTestReviews/1695 Beaglebone Black Internet Radio Challenge - onebeartoe - Installing FM Support BeagleBone Black Internet Radio Challenge - onebeartoe - Project Recap and Final Demo           Here are project's goals:         A) Establish System Requirements     functioning LCD Screen Cape mpd mpc Java SE 6 or 7 Reaction to Scr ...