Droid Includes FM Receiver and Transmitter

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  1. deputc26

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    You don't want 802.11n on your smartphone, it will annihilate your battery.
     
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    Hello

    I did a little search and I found a type of the chip, which could be the one used in Motorola Milestone, but not sure.... Broadcom BCM4325
    good luck with the Fm hack!
     
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    The Milestone's wireless chip is the same as the Droid's, a TI WL1271.

    Mobile Wireless LAN - WiLink™ 6.0 Solutions
     
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    That would be great but I will mostly only use the transmitter. I mostly use iHeartRadio for local FM stations.

    But I doubt it will be like a normal FM radio because my iPod Nano can barely pick up radio frequencies.

    It's a nice concept though.
     
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    still shaking my head here....don't understand why they just don't come out with a microUSB antenna attachment that's small yet can hold a pretty strong HD antenna.

    then roll out the apps for respective devices to use it....Android, Blackberry, Simbian, etc.....
    apple has had a radio attachment accessory for their ipod/iphone stuff from day one...

    it's actually pretty strange that there's not something like this out on the market already....
     
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    I feel like an FM transmitter would be more useful, as I can stream Pandora and then transmit to my car FM player easily...
     
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    Awesome! It seems like it's just a matter of time now.
     
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    #129 pandroid, Jan 28, 2010
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    With that, wouldn't we also be able to use a Police Scanner app. That is what I want to see.
     
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    Police don't operate on FM brah
     
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