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RadioduinoWRT - a do it yourself webradio [Project]
posted November 6 2013 10:25.55 by spic0m

The RadioduinoWRT is a self-designed and implemented webradio, it's a device that enables you to play your favourite internet radio stations.

Creator Raffael Herrmann explains the process:
"Once the basic idea to build a web radio myself was fixed, I thought about the components to be installed. So initially I also included a Raspberry Pi to discussion. Finally, I have decided on a combination of the TP-Link WR703N router (about which I have already reported several times in my blog) and an Arduino Mega.

This decision had several reasons - first, I had both the router and the Arduino still in my parts box and on the other I wanted to implement the project as cheap as possible and on minimal hardware. Certainly a realization with a Raspberry Pi would have been possible, but this would have been more expensive than the TL-WR703N and the Arduino Mega together. Furthermore the hardware of the Raspberry is almost "oversized" for the project requirements."

[Link: en.code-bude]

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