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william ken
Feb 26, 2013

TDA7000 vs TDA7088

I would like to know what's the difference by using TDA7000 and TDA7088 to build a FM radio receiver? 

jimlynch
03/05/2013
You might find this article useful.

How to Build an FM Radio Receiver
http://www.ehow.com/how_7791540_build-fm-radio-receiver.html

"Building an FM radio receiver is a project you can complete at home in a few hours. Once completed, you'll have a fully functional receiver that can tune at least 20 FM stations from 87 to 107 MHz. On this home-made FM receiver, the signal-to-noise ratio rivals factory manufactured portable radio tuners. You can find most of the parts needed at your local Radio Shack or electronics store."
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SinNanna_YahNRKWIV
02/26/2013

The TDA7000 has not been made for many years but you might find one somewhere. It is in a normal DIP case. The TDA7088 is copied in China, is in a tiny surface-mount case and normally uses Scanning for tuning. Radios using them have very poor performance.

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