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      PLL FM(88~108MHz) Stereo Audio Receiver Module
      • PLL FM(88~108MHz) Stereo Audio Receiver Module
      • PLL FM(88~108MHz) Stereo Audio Receiver Module

      PLL FM(88~108MHz) Stereo Audio Receiver Module

      SKU WLS03282M
      This is a PLL FM Stereo Audio Receiver Module that picks up wireless signals/FM broadcast signals over 88-108MHz, having same functions as domestic FM Radio set(Radio & Receiver)
      $7.90
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      Description
      This is a PLL FM Stereo Audio Receiver Module that picks up wireless signals/FM broadcast signals over 88-108MHz, having same functions as domestic FM Radio set(Radio & Receiver).
       
      While generally used receivers work on a single or several pre-determined frequencies,it can pick up any stereo signals of any frequency within the range of 88-108MHz.
       
      Miniature-sized to fit into any of your products, it is especially easy to install in electronic devices of compact size.
       
      It can serve as a miniature-size receiver itself.
       
      Features
      • Stereo reception from all broadcast band(88-108MHz)
      • PLL system guarantees good frequency stability.
      • Miniature-sized(SMD Type), easy to apply to your products.
      • Controllable from CPU(MCU).
      • Works on a single voltage 5V.
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      Good day!

      Could you please tell me how to set and change frequency on this receiver?

      Do I need another device to do this or can I do this manually on this board?

      Thank you for your answers

      Best regards,
      Peter de Jong

      on Oct 19,2016
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      <p>Hello!</p><p>Thanks for your answer. What I mean is, how can I switch to another frequency. For example, how do I go from 90Mhz to 92Mhz or from 101Mhz to 102Mhz? There is no button on this device to do this. Can this device work as a stand alone recei
      on Oct 20,2016 10:48 AM
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      Are there any schematics to use for this module ?

      on Oct 19,2016
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      <p>The schematic uses a Atmega...... with no references to any code to program it.</p>
      on Oct 20,2016 10:45 AM
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