Did you know you can create your own radio transmitter using a raspberry pi and piece of wire on a GPIO pin?

  • Have a Raspberry Pi (1 - 4)?

  • Have a piece of wire?

Sure you can! :)

Watch video Demo on my Peertube Channel:


I am currently looking at the prospects of porting RPITX to a different type of board I recently received. More on that later. It may not be viable but something I am going to be taking a look at.

And later on I will be doing more videos on RPITX to help you learn how to transmit your own voice files/radio!

RPITX DOWNLOAD: https://github.com/F5OEO/rpitx

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