[arm-allstar] CM108 USB sound FOB
daniel at dbernhardt.com
Mon Aug 15 13:06:43 EST 2016
Thanks for the link. I just ordered a couple of the these right now. ~30 days
can be long :)
And thanks for pictures. In the past I had a lot of trouble with RF and the
RPi and other boards in plastic enclosures. As soon as I switched to metal
ones, the problems went away.
On Monday 15 August 2016 10:04:53 Peter via arm-allstar wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
> I've built a number of nodes recently using these...
> See here how they look installed,
> And here...
> On 15/08/2016 09:26, Daniel Bernhardt via arm-allstar wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> > I'm experimenting with AllStar Link and want to setup a couple of nodes in
> > Germany. Unfortunately it is almost impossible to get a USB sound FOB with
> > a CM108 chip. I already ordered 7 different USB sound FOBs off of amazon,
> > all claiming to have a CM108 chip, only to find out all of them had the
> > cheaper HM108 chip.
> > Can anyone provide me with a name or product ID of a USB sound FOB that
> > really has a CM108 chip or even better a link where to buy it? Preferably
> > inside Europe but Asia is OK also.
> > I'm really looking forward to GPIO support for the RPi3.
> > Keep up the good work of bringing AllStar Link to the RPi/BBB.
> > Best Regards,
> > Daniel, DK1DB
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