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June 1, 2009

DIY WiFi Radio

at 1:44 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

 

Jeff Keyzer from mightyOhm has completed his DIY WiFi Radio build. The finish is fantastic but look closer, the case was built from scratch. Best of all it is based on a hacked router.

"I removed the USB and DC power jacks from the WL-520gU PCB.  I’m planning to use the USB port solely to talk to my SYBA USB-Audio adapter, so I removed the USB connector from the SYBA as well and wired the USB lines directly to the router.  Some people may disagree with this, but wiring directly to the router simplified the wiring inside the radio and saved space by eliminating unnecessary USB connectors."

Tuning across the internet radio dial with my DIY Wifi Radio from MightyOhm on Vimeo.


 

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35 Responses to “DIY WiFi Radio”

  1. Wolfy Says:

    that shit is slick as hell. daaaaaaamn i gotta make me one now.

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  4. ioan Says:

    I already ordered my router!

  5. michu Says:

    nice work, i done something similar here:
    http://neophob.com/serendipity/index.php?/archives/149-Diplomarbeit-Embedded-Linux-German.html

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  28. jake Says:

    That is pretty tight. Maybe we should distribute it.

  29. Wolfy Says:

    Saw one of these over at Bestbuy, wanted $150 for it. Could this work with the wrt-54g? if so, hello music media player.

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    can’t help thinking that a micro itx motherboard from ebay might be a tad easier on the soldering front….

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