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  1. SI4735? I just got a couple of breakout boards...

    SI4735? I just got a couple of breakout boards from ak-modul-bus.dk
    Perhaps we can share experiences.
    I am working on a receiver board that will be used in a multi receiver for broadcast...
  2. Thanks Paul - Exactly what I need. I will order...

    Thanks Paul - Exactly what I need. I will order pogo pins!
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    Opus encoding sample rates are multiple s of 8...

    Opus encoding sample rates are multiple s of 8 khz, people mostly use 8, 16,24, 32,48,96,128.192.. 44.1 would have to be resampled to be encoded. My application would be using 48 kHz sampling rate....
  4. This looks like it would function. It would call...

    This looks like it would function. It would call the ISR every 30.5 microseconds which would keep the Teensy pretty busy. At once per second, that is easy. at once per 30 uS it probably isn't the...
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    Nice

    Oh, that is very considerate of GCC!
    Thanks for the heads up.
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    Opus Audio Encoder

    I am looking to port the OPUS audio encoder to Teensy 4.0/4.1. My use is to take a i2S input and continuously stream the compressed data to another serial port for further processing and...
  7. Route the 32.768 kHz Teensy 4.0/4.1 clock to an output pin

    Here is a noobie question.
    What is the least load way to route the 32.768 kHz low speed clock to an output pin on a Teensy 4.0 / 4.1? It does not need to be gated, just always present from boot....
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