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PU2CLR SI4735 Library for Arduino

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SI4735 Prototypes This document is aimed at the Arduino developers, radio experimenters, hobbyists and anyone interested in building a receiver based on the Si473X IC family from Silicon Labs. This project is about an Arduino library for the SI473X BROADCAST AM, SSB and FM/RDS RADIO RECEIVERS. Frequency ranges of AM and SSB modes are 150kHz to 30MHz, and FM mode is 64 to 108 MHz.

This library is intended to provide an easy-to-use interface for controlling the SI47XX (including the boards “PL102BA-S V:2.1 10628” and “NE928-10A V:01” based on SI4730) by using Arduino platform. It also has support to the SSB mode on SI4735-D60 and SI4732-A10 devices. The communication protocol used by this library is the I²C.

This library was built based on “AN332 Si47XX PROGRAMMING GUIDE REV 1.0” and AN332 REV 0.8 UNIVERSAL PROGRAMMING GUIDE AMENDMENT FOR SI4735-D60/SI4732-A10 SSB AND NBFM PATCHES. It also can be used on all members of the SI473X family respecting, of course, the features available in each IC version. Please, follow the contents below to get the most out of this document.

This library can be freely distributed using the MIT Free Software model. By using or installing Library you are agreeing to the terms of the MIT licence.

Copyright (c) 2019 Ricardo Lima Caratti.


If you find this project useful, consider making a donation so that the author of this library can purchase components and modules for improvements and testing of this library. Click here to donate or use the QR code below.


About Me

I hold a Master’s degree in Educational Technology from the Federal University of Ceará, where I delved into the ways technology can enhance learning experiences. My passion for computer science led me to specialize in it, focusing on Distributed Systems Development with an Object-Oriented approach, at the University of Brasília. My academic journey began with a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from the União Pioneira de Integração Social (UPIS-Brasília). Outside the classroom, my main hobbies are electronics and Amateur Radio.


  1. SI4735 Library construction history
  2. Thanks
  3. Library Features
  4. License Copyright
  5. Library Installation
  6. Command line arduino-cli and setup
  7. Other Arduino Libraries Developed by the Author
  8. Groups and Forums
  9. Your support is important
  10. About the SI4732 and SI4735
  11. Basic Schematic
  12. Terminology
  13. Documentation
  14. Hardware Requirements and Setup
  16. Most Frequent Problems
  17. Boards where this library has been successfully tested
  18. Photos (Tools and Accessories)
  19. References
  20. Examples
  21. Third Party Projects
  22. Videos
  23. Commercial Receivers based on Si47XX Family


Why do skilled developers generally use libraries?

Technically, no Arduino application needs a library. In some cases, not using libraries may be the correct decision. But there are some good reasons to consider using a library.

Libraries typically allow for easier design and maintenance of code. A library may also implement the functionality you need on multiple hardware choices, thus making the code more portable.

Imagine that you want to use an LCD or other display device in a project that monitors temperature and atmospheric pressure conditions. There are several good libraries for display devices available for Arduino users, and most of the features you might want are implemented in these libraries. There is no point in re-inventing the wheel by avoiding a library. Unless you require a feature that no library supports, it is generally wise to use a library, especially since a library can make porting code to different hardware easier.

Use of a library can reduce programming complexity and boost application robustness. It makes life easier for other developers, and also for yourself. You do not have to be a software engineer to understand why this is the case. A library, in this way, is similar to an IC. It is often possible to manually implement the functionality of many IC chips in a circuit, but doing so would dramatically increase the cost, complexity, size, and sometimes the failure rate of a project. Circuits are often better when some functions are abstracted away inside an off-the-shelf IC chip. The user of an IC only needs to know how to interact with the chip, and not how the chip itself is wired.

Finally, if you already use a library to handle the I2C bus (Wire.h), TFT, OLED, SPI devices, and Serial UART communication, then it makes sense to use a library to handle the SI473X devices. The PU2CLR Arduino Library can offer more comfort, development agility, and robustness to your project. Unlike closed-source solutions, this library is open-source. This means you can learn how the library works by studying the code, if you choose.

SI4735 Library construction history

I began my journey to create an Arduino library for the SI473X family of devices in early November 2019. The initial plan was to construct a receiver using an Arduino board, a handful of components, and the SI4735 device manufactured by Silicon Labs. After watching some videos on YouTube, it became clear that a receiver based on the SI4735-D60 had the potential to exceed the original scope of the project—it could even receive amateur radio and citizens band stations in SSB mode. Through forums and websites, I discovered a significant demand from hobbyists and experimenters interested in using the SI4735 device, particularly for SSB mode. With this in mind, I shifted my focus. Instead of merely developing a basic receiver around the SI4735, I opted to create a comprehensive Arduino library that would fully support not only the SI4735 but the entire SI473X device family.

With this library, more than 60 examples were developed using various display types. These examples can assist the experimenter in building their own receiver.

Judging by the groups created around the SI47XX devices, I estimate that this library is currently being used by thousands of experimenters, applications and commercial receivers. If you are an experimenter or a radio enthusiast and want to try to build your own receiver based on the SI473X devices, then this library is for you.

The following video is a little joke that shows the trajectory of the construction of this library. “PU2CLR SI4735 Arduino Library. IT IS OPEN SOURCE IT IS FREE. IT IS FOR YOU”.

A brief history of the PU2CLR SI4735 Arduino Library construction


Your support is important.

If you want to support this library development, consider joining this project via Github. Alternatively, make suggestions on new features and report errors if you find them. Thank you!

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SI4735 Arduino Library Features

This library uses the I²C communication protocol and implements most of the functions offered by Si47XX (BROADCAST AM / FM / SW / LW RADIO RECEIVER) IC family from Silicon Labs. This library also has primitive functions that make it easier for you to implement commands that may not have been implemented yet. See setProperty, getProperty sendCommand, getCommandResponse and getStatusResponse functions and also How to customize PU2CLR Arduino Library. It is worth noting, however, that this library is constantly improving. Check the API documentation before implementing a new function. It is likely that your function is already implemented. See the API documentation for this library. The main features of this library are listed below.

  1. Open Source. It is free. You can use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software. See MIT License to know more.
  3. C++ Language and Object-oriented programming. You can easily extend the SI4735 class by adding more functionalities. See Customizing PU2CLR Arduino Library
  4. Available on Arduino IDE (via Manage Libraries). Easy to install and use. See Library Installation
  5. Cross-platform. You can compile and run this library on most of boards supported by the Arduino IDE (Examples: ATtiny85, boards based on ATmega328 and ATmega-32u4, ATmega2560, ARM Cortex, STM32, Arduino DUE, ESP32 and more). See Boards where this library has been successfully tested
  6. Simplifies projects based on SI4735
  7. I²C communication protocol and Automatic I²C bus address detection
  8. More than 120 functions implemented. You can customize almost every feature available on Si47XX family
  9. More than 60 examples to guide the user
  10. RDS support
  11. SSB (Single Side Band) patch support
  12. Clock reference selection (crystal or external clock reference)
  13. FM Receive de-emphasis to 50 or 75 μs selection, AGC, AVC and filter controls, and more…

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Groups and Forums

There is a Facebook group called Si47XX for Radio Experimenters where the purpose is exchanging experiences with projects based on Silicon Labs SI47XX IC family. You will be welcome to the group Si47XX for Radio Experimenters.

You can also be a member of SI47XX for hobbyists

Follow a project using this library on

MIT License

Copyright (c) 2019 Ricardo Lima Caratti

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the “Software”), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.


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Library Installation

You can install this library on your Arduino environment using different methods. The best ways to do that are described below.

Installing via Arduino IDE

This is the easiest method to install this library.

The image below shows the Arduino IDE Manage Libraries interface.

Installing from Arduino IDE 01

The image below shows the PU2CLR Si4735 Library finding process.

Installing from Arduino IDE 02

The video below shows how to install the PU2CLR Arduino Library on your Arduino IDE.

Installing via this repository

Installing from this repository

Installing from this repository

First, you have to download this library in zip format. After, unzip the file in your Arduino Library folder.

With that approach, you will have the most current version of the library. However, it may not be the most stable version. This is because the current version is always in development. Prefer releases. Do you need some old version (release) of this library? If so, check here.

Installing the most current version via arduino-cli

The commands below Install the latest version of the PU2CLR SI4735 Arduino Library from github. As said before, unlike a release (installed from Arduino IDE) this method installs the current version of the PU2CLR SI4535 Arduino Library (latest modifications even if not yet released).

On macOS or Linux

curl -fsSL | sh
./bin/arduino-cli lib install --git-url

On Windows 10 or 11

Run the command shell (cmd / Command Prompt) and follow the steps below.

echo off  
curl -fsSL --output
tar -xf 
.\arduino-cli lib install --git-url

About library installation and programming setup see also:

Bords setup on your Arduino IDE

It will be useful if you intend to use ESP32, ESP8266, Teensy, Raspbery PI PICO, Arduino DUE, ATTiny etc.

On Arduino IDE, preferences, Aditional boards manager URls. See image below.

Installing boards used by examples

The list below refers to the board URLs used by the examples. You can remove the boards you do not want to use.

After adding the Board URL you want to use, go to Tools menu, select the Boards item and then select Boards Manager… option. Finally, look for your board and install it.

See the ESP32 setup example on Arduino IDE

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About the SI4732 and SI4735

The SI4732-A10 and SI4735-D60 are DSP receivers IC from Silcon Labs. They have great performance on AM, SSB (LW/MW/SW) from 150kHz to 30MHz and FM (VHF) from 64 to 108 MHz. It is important to note that the engineers and programmers at Silicon Labs did an excellent job by implementing all the internal resources in this IC family. This library implements just the interface that allows you to use the SI473X resources with Arduino based board controller. The SI473X can be programmed by sending commands and getting responses. You can control it via a microcontroller like Arduino using I²C communication protocol. To make the SI473X perform an action, the microcontroller has to send a set of bytes (command and arguments) that the device interprets and executes the given command. The image below illustrates the interaction between the MCU and the SI473X device.

Interaction between Arduino based board and SI473X devices via I²C interface

SI473x Block Diagram

Functional Block Diagram

The image below shows the SI473X-D60 block diagram. It was extracted from Silicon Labs Si4730/31/34/35-D60 / BROADCAST AM/FM/SW/LW RADIO RECEIVER (page 21). Note that the author of this Library highlights in red the pin operating voltages that can be connected to the Arduino. Be aware of the operating voltage of the Arduino pins you will use in your project. Preferably use an Arduino with 3.3V operating voltage. If you are not using a 3.3V version of Arduino, you must use a kind of 5V to 3.3V converter on RST, SCLK, SDIO and SEN (depending on your project).

SI473x Block Diagram

According to the Si47XX PROGRAMMING GUIDE/AN332, the Si4732-A10 has the same firmware FMRX component and AM_SW_LW RX component as that of Si4735-D60. It is considered as the most recent revision as D60. So, all descriptions related to the SI4735-D60 also apply to Si4732-A10. Including SSB patch support. See the Si4732-A10 block diagram below.

SI4732-A10 Block Diagram

SI4735-D60 and SI4732-A10 I²C bus address

While the Si4735-D60 provides the 0x11 I²C bus address when the SEN pin is connected to the ground, the SI4732-A10 provides the same address when the SEN pin is connected to the +VCC. Also, this library provides the function getDeviceI2CAddress to detect the I²C bus address automatically. This way, you don’t need to worry about this setup if you use this function. See getDeviceI2CAddress().

Hardware Requirements and Setup

This library has been written for the Arduino platform and has been successfully tested on many boards. See Boards where this library has been successfully tested

Arduino 5V and Si4735

Board InterrupT (IRQ) Pins I²C / TWI pins successfully tested Voltage converter
(Nano, Uno or Mini 5V)
D2 and D3 A4 (SDA/SDIO), A5 (SCL/SCLK) Yes Yes
(Pro Mini 3.3 / 8Mhz)
D2 and D3 A4 (SDA/SDIO), A5 (SCL/SCLK) Yes No
based board
D2 and D3 A4 (SDA) and A5 (SCL) Yes No
Mega 2560 2, 3, 18, 19, 20 and 21 20 (SDA/SDIO), 21 (SCL/SCLK) Yes Yes
(Micro, Leonardo or Yum)
0, 1, 2, 3 and 7 2 (SDA/SDIO), 3 (SCL/SCLK) Yes Yes
Zero Any digital pins except pin 4 D8 (SDA/SDIO) and D9 (SCL/SCLK) Not tested No
Due Any digital pins 20 (SDA/SDIO), 21 (SCL/SCLK) Yes No
ESPRESSIF ESP32 Any GPIO pins Most pins (usually 21 and 22) Yes No
STM32F103 PA0, PA1 PB6 (SCL) and PB7 (SDA) Yes No
STM32F104 PA0, PA1 PB6 (SCL) and PB7 (SDA) Yes No
Rpi Pico
Any GPIO pins GP1 (SCL) and GP0 (SDA) Yes No


The main purpose of the schematic below (prototype) is to test the Si4735 Arduino Library. It does not intend to be a real radio for exigent listeners. However, it is possible to start with it and then, if you wish, you can include some devices to the circuit to improve, for example, its sensibility beyond other desired features. Click here to see a complete set of schematics and tips

The image below shows a version of Silicon Labs SSOP Typical Application Schematic connect to the host MCU (Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V). Pay attention to the Si4735-D60 SEN pin (16). When the SEN pin is connected to the ground, the I²C bus address is 0x11. When the SEN pin is connected to +3.3V, the I²C bus address is 0x63. By default, the “Si4735 Arduino Library” uses the 0x11 I²C bus address (SEN pin connected to GND). If you want to use the address 0x63 (SEN connected on +3.3V), see the functions (methods) getDeviceI2CAddress, setDeviceI2CAddress and setDeviceOtherI2CAddress.

Basic Schematic with SI4735-D60

Basic Schematic Eagle version with SI4735-D60

Basic Schematic with SI4732-A10

Basic Schematic Eagle version with SI4732-A10

Please, check the folder extras/schematic/. There, you will find other schematics with OLED, LCD, Nokia 5110, TFT, buttons and encoders setup. Also, check the comments at the beginning of each sketch example. You will find the SI473X, button, encoder, display and Arduino settings.

The picture below shows the SI4735-D60/SI4730-D60 pinout (SSOP)

Si4735-D60 pinout

The picture below shows the SI4732-A10 pinout (16L SOIC Package)

Si4732-A10 pinout

The picture below shows the SI473X pinout (QFN)

Si4735-D60 pinout

The image bellow shows the Silicon Labs SSOP Typical Application Schematic.

Silicon Labs Schematic


The table below shows the component parts used to build the radio prototype based on Si4735 and used the Silicon Labs SSOP Typical Application Schematic as main source. However, some parts were included by the author of this project.

Part Description
C1 22nF Monolithic Multilayer Chip Ceramic non polarized capacitor (Place it close to VA pin)
C2 1nF Monolithic Multilayer Chip Ceramic non polarized capacitor
C3 470nF Monolithic Multilayer Chip Ceramic non polarized capacitor
C4 100nF Monolithic Multilayer Chip Ceramic non polarized capacitor (Place it close to VD pin)
C5 and C6 22pF (Crystal load capacitors)
C7 and C8 *1 4.7uF Monolithic Multilayer Chip Ceramic non polarized capacitor
R3 2.2K
(R4 and R5) *2 2.2K to 10K (pull-up resistors)
L1 Ferrite loop stick (about 500 μH)
X1 32.768 kHz crystal
SI4735 digital CMOS AM(LW, MW and SW)/FM radio receiver IC

Notes from Silicon Labs Broadcast AM/FM/SW/LW Radio Receiver documentation (page 12):

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The main Si4735-D60 and Si4732-A10 features

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Term Description
API Application Programming Interface (API). In this context, it is an interface that you can use to simplify the implementation and maintenance of your software (Arduino sketch). All API documentation about this library can be found on
Arduino Libraries Libraries are files written in C or C++ (.c, .cpp) which provide your sketches with extra functionality. The SI4735 Library provides extra functionalities to make easier the Arduino deal with Si473X devices
BPF Band Pass Filter
DFS I²S - digital frame synchronization input
DIN I²S - digital data input
DCLK I²S - digital bit synchronization input clock
ESD Electrostatic discharge. Device used to protect the receiver from static electricity discharge
IDE Integrated Development Environment
I²C I²C - Inter-Integrated Circuit
I²S Serial bus interface used for connecting digital audio devices
Sketch Name that Arduino environment uses for a program
Interrupt In this context, it is an Arduino Resource. Allows important tasks to be performed regardless of the flow of your program
C++ A object-oriented programming (OOP) language. It is a superset of the C language with an additional concept of “classes.”
programming guide In this context it refers to Si47XX PROGRAMMING GUIDE (REV 1.0)
LNA Low Noise Amplifier
POC Proof of Concept
SEN Serial enable pin, active low, used as device select in 3-wire and SPI operation and address selection in 2-wire operation
CTS Clear to send
STC Seek/Tune Complete
RESP Response byte (n = 1 to 15)
RESPONSEn Response register (16-bit) in 3-Wire mode (n = 1 to 8)
RST Also RSTb—Reset pin, active low
RCLK External reference clock
SSB Single Side Band
Attack attack-time delay - the time needed for a receiver to respond to an incoming signal
SDIO Serial data in/data out pin
SCLK Serial clock pin
Soft Mute Resource used to attenuate the audio outputs and minimize audible noise in very weak signal conditions
Firmware Upgrades The Si4732-A10 and SI4735-D60 contain on-chip program RAM to accommodate minor changes to the firmware

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Video about the API Documentation

This library has two documentation sources:

Doxygen is a tools that can generate documentation from source code. This tools help the development team to keep the documentation updated.

If you prefer, you can also read the documentation directly from the SI4735.cpp and SI4735.h. These files are also well documented.

Main functions

This library has more than 120 functions. The table below shows the mains functions used in a regular receiver. Full details on the functions shown below can be read on

Method / Function Description
setup Use this function to start the device up with the parameters shown below.
getStatus Used to get the current status of the Si4735.
getCurrentRSSI Get the current receive signal strength (0–127 dBμV).
getCurrentSNR Gets the current SNR metric (0–127 dB).
getFrequency Gets the current frequency of the Si4735.
frequencyUp Increments the current frequency on current band/function by using the current step.
frequencyDown Decrements the current frequency on current band/function by using the current step.
setFrequencyStep Sets the current step value.
setVolume Sets volume level (0 to 63).
setFM Sets the radio to FM function.
isCurrentTuneFM Returns true if the current function is FM (FM_TUNE_FREQ).
getCurrentPilot Checks the current pilot. Indicates stereo pilot presence.
setAM Sets the radio to AM function. It means: LW MW and SW.
setAmSoftMuteMaxAttenuation Sets the Am Soft Mute Max Attenuation.
setAutomaticGainControl Automatic Gain Control setup.
getAutomaticGainControl Queries Automatic Gain Control STATUS.
setBandwidth Selects the bandwidth of the channel filter for AM reception.
isAgcEnabled Checks if the AGC is enabled (returns true if enabled).
setRdsConfig Sets RDS property.
getRdsStatus Gets the RDS status. Store the status in currentRdsStatus member. COMMAND FM_RDS_STATUS.
getRdsReceived Get the Rds Received FIFO.
getRdsSync Get the Rds Sync. Returns true if RDS currently synchronized.
getRdsSyncFound Get the Rds Sync Found. Returns true if found RDS synchronization.
getRdsText2A Gets the Text processed for the 2A group.
getRdsText2B Gets the Text processed for the 2B group.
getRdsText0A Gets the station name and other messages.
getRdsTime Gets the RDS time and date when the Group type is 4.
reset Reset the SI473X.
queryLibraryId Queries the library information of the Si47XX device.
patchPowerUp This method can be used to prepare the device to apply SSBRX patch.
downloadPatch Transfers the content of a SSB patch stored in an array of bytes to the SI4735 device.
downloadPatchFromEeprom Transfers the content of a SSB patch stored in an eeprom to the SI4735 device.
setSSBConfig Sets the SSB receiver mode.
setSSB Tunes the SSB (LSB or USB) receiver to a frequency between 520 and 30 MHz in 1 kHz steps.
setSSBAutomaticVolumeControl Sets SSB Automatic Volume Control (AVC) for SSB mode.
setSSBBfo Sets the SSB Beat Frequency Offset (BFO).
setSSBAudioBandwidth SSB Audio Bandwidth for SSB mode.
setSBBSidebandCutoffFilter Sets SBB Sideband Cutoff Filter for band pass and low pass filters.
setTuneFrequencyAntennaCapacitor Only FM. Freeze Metrics During Alternate Frequency Jump.
setI2CFastModeCustom Sets the I²C bus to a given value.
setI2CStandardMode Sets I²C bus to 100kHz.
setAudioMuteMcuPin This function sets the mcu digital pin you want to use to control the external audio mute circuit.

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Defined Data Types and Structures

The Si47XX family works with many internal data that can be represented by data structure or defined data type in C/C++. These C/C++ resources have been used widely here. This approach made the library easier to build and maintain. Each data structure created here has its reference (name of the document and page on which it was based). In other words, to make the SI47XX device easier to deal with, some defined data types were created to handle byte and bits to process commands, properties and responses. The goal of this approach is separating data from code.

All data types defined in Si4735 Arduino Library are explained here

Public methods

This library was developed using the C++ language and the Object-oriented Programming approach. Methods are functions that belong to the class, in this case SI4735 class. Click here to go to API docummentation.

All methods defined in Si4735 class are explained here. The list below refers to the method groups implemented by the Si4735 class.

Si47XX device setup and startup

Methods of this group are useful to configure the way that the Si47XX devices have to be initiate.

Firmware Information

Allows to query the part number, chip revision, firmware revision, patch revision and component revision numbers.

Current Status

The Si4735 class has a set of methods to query the current frequency, RSSI, SNR, multipath, and the antenna tuning capacitance value (0-191).

Current AGC Status

Methods to query AGC status. Returns whether the AGC is enabled or disabled and it returns the gain index.

Si4735 filters configuration

The SI4735 class has a set of methods to setup filters on AM and SSB mode.


Methods to setup the audio mode (Digital or Analog), volume, mute etc.


This library implements some RDS features of the SI4735. All functions to deal with RDS are documented here. Below you have some videos showing the RDS functionalities implemented by the PU2CLR Si4735 Arduino Library.

RDS on Arduino DUE with Touch Screen

RDS on Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V (8MHz)

See RDS example implementations for more details.

The list below points to some sketch examples that use RDS implementation.

ATTENTION: While utilizing interrupts is often the preferred approach for capturing RDS messages, applications using Arduino based on ATmega328 face limitations as they can only utilize two pins for interrupts (D2 and D2). These pins are typically allocated for encoder control, leaving no interrupt-capable pins available for FM/RDS application control. In such scenarios, resorting to the polling approach becomes necessary for retrieving RDS messages.

The code below shows the polling approach to get RDS messages.

#include <SI4735.h>

#define RESET_PIN 16 // Arduino Nano / UNO pin A2

SI4735 rx;
void setup()
  rx.setFM(8400, 10800, currentFrequency, 10);
  rx.setRdsConfig(3, 3, 3, 3, 3);

char *utcTime;
char *stationName;
char *programInfo;
char *stationInfo;

void showStationName() {
  if (stationName != NULL) {
    // do something

void showStationInfo() {
  if (stationInfo != NULL) {
    // do something

void showProgramaInfo() {
  if (programInfo != NULL) {
    // do something

void showUtcTime() {
  if (rdsTime != NULL) {
    // do something

void checkRds() {
 // The char pointer variables above will be populate by the call below. So, these variable (pointers) need to be passed by reference (pointer to pointer). 
 if (rx.getRdsAllData(&stationName, &stationInfo , &programInfo, &rdsTime) ) {
      showStationName(stationName); // you need check if stationName is null in showStationName
      showStationInfo(stationInfo); // you need check if stationInfo is null in showStationInfo
      showProgramaInfo(programInfo); // you need check if programInfo is null in showProgramaInfo
      showUtcTime(rdsTime); // you need check if rdsTime is null in showUtcTime

void loop()
  if (rx.isCurrentTuneFM()) {

SI4735 Patch Support for Single Side Band

The SI4735 class implements a set of methods to apply patches and deal with SSB mode. All API documentation about patches can be seen here.

The SSB patches used in some examples of this library were tested only on SI4735-D60 and SI4732-A10 devices. The updates used in those examples are unlikely to work on other SI47XX devices.

First of all, it is important to say that the SSB patch content is not part of this library. The patches used with test purpose here were made available by Mr. Vadim Afonkin on his Dropbox repository. Also, on Silcon Labs website, support and community, there is a topic called “SSB and/or ASK/FSK/nPSK demodulation on Si radio chips”. If you follow that topic, you will see a post from a member called “DASM” making available a link to a patch for the SI4735-D60 and SI4732-A10. The structure of this file is a bit different if compared with Vadim’s files amrx_6_0_1_ssbrx_patch_full_0x9D29.csg and amrx_6_0_1_ssbrx_patch_init_0xA902.csg. However, they have the same idea and can be easily adjusted for patching. If you have some experience with C, all you have to do is follow the recommendations of the SI47XX PROGRAMMING GUIDE AN332; page 219.


What does SSB patch mean?

In this context, a patch is a piece of software used to change the behavior of the SI4735-D60 and SI4732-A10 device.

There is little information available about patching the SI4735-D60 and SI4732-A10. The following information is the understanding of the author of this project and it is not necessarily correct.

A patch is executed internally (run by internal MCU) of the device. Usually, patches are used to fix bugs or add improvements and new features over what the firmware installed in the internal ROM of the device offers. Patches for the SI4735 are distributed in binary form and are transferred to the internal RAM of the device by the host MCU (in this case, Arduino boards). Since the RAM is volatile memory, the patch stored into the device gets lost when you turn off the system. Consequently, the content of the patch has to be transferred to the device every time the device is powered up.

I would like to thank Mr Vadim Afonkin for making the SSBRX patches available for SI4735-D60 on his Dropbox repository. On this repository you have two files, amrx_6_0_1_ssbrx_patch_full_0x9D29.csg and amrx_6_0_1_ssbrx_patch_init_0xA902.csg. Please note that the patch content of the original file is in const hexadecimal representation in an ASCII text file. If you are not using C/C++ or if you want to load the files directly to the SI4735, you must convert the supplied hexadecimal constants into their numerical equivalents.

For example:
Hexadecimal C/C++ constant Binary representation Decimal representation
0x15 00010101 21
0x01 00000001 1
0xFF 11111111 255

ATTENTION: The author of this project cannot guarantee that procedures shown here will work in your development environment. Proceed at your own risk. This library works with the I²C communication protocol to send an SSB extension PATCH to SI4735-D60 and SI4732-A10 devices. Once again, the author disclaims any and all liability for any damage or effects this procedure may have on your devices. Procced at your own risk.

All methods/functions to deal with SSB on Si4735-D60 can be seen here.

This library implements many SSB examples. See the table below.

SSB sketch SSB sketch SSB sketch

Video - SI4735 Arduino Library and SSB/CW support

See SSB example implementations here.

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EEPROM support

Depending on your MCU memory size, to use SSB mode may not be possible due to the large amount of memory required by the patch. To solve this problem this library implemented the function downloadPatchFromEeprom. This function reads the patch content from an external EEPROM and transfers it to the SI4732-A10 or SI4735-D60 devices. To run this function you must have an external I2C EEPROM device configured with your MCU and the Si4732/35 device on I²C bus. Also, the EEPROM must have the patch content generated by the sketch SI47XX_09_SAVE_SSB_PATCH_EEPROM stored in it. See folder TOOLS.

The example SI4735_06_SSB_EEPROM shows this functionality on an Arduino Pro Mini.

The example SI47XX_03_SSB_Tiny4kOLED implements this functionality on an ATtiny85.

To store the SSB patch content into an external EEPROM connected to your MCU via I2C bus, you need to run a special sketch first to program the EEPROM. See sketch SI47XX_09_SAVE_SSB_PATCH_EEPROM.

Attention: The full ssb patch needs about 16KB on eeprom. All data that you have stored before into your eeprom device will be lost after the execution of the sketch SI47XX_09_SAVE_SSB_PATCH_EEPROM.

The EEPROM device used for testing was the AT24C256 Serial I²C Interface

Watch the video: ATtiny85 working with SI4735-D60 and SSB


You can store useful receiver data into the internal Arduino EEPROM. Current band information, Bandwidth, step, mode, audio volume and filter are examples of data that can be stored into the internal EEPROM and restored when you turn the receiver on again. See the section Storing data into the internal EEPROM before shutdowning for details.

Digital Audio support

First of all, passive Crystal and digital audio modes cannot be used at the same time on SI47XX devices. The document Si47XX ANTENNA, SCHEMATIC, LAYOUT, AND DESIGN GUIDELINES; AN383; rev 0.8; page 6; you will find the following note: “Crystal and digital audio mode cannot be used at the same time”. So, for Digital Audio, you have to remove the crystal, and capacitors connected to the crystal from the circuit.

This library supports the external clock reference and has implemented the digital audio functions. You can configure digital audio and external clock reference by using the functions: setup, radioPowerUp, digitalOutputFormat, digitalOutputSampleRate, setRefClock and setRefClockPrescaler.

The schematic below shows the Digital Audio setup using an SI4735-D60 with an ESP32 Devkit.

SI473X and external active crystal oscillator or signal generator

You can check the schematic above via SI47XX_06_ESP32/DIGITAL_AUDIO_SERIAL_PLOTTER example

The table below shows the SI4735, DAC MAX98357A and ESP32 wireup

Si4735 Function DAC MAX98357A ESP32
pin 1 DOUT DIN SerialData / GPIO32
pin 2 DFS RC WordSelect / GPIO25
pin 3 DCLK BCLK ContinuousSerialClock) / GPIO33)

The table below shows the SI4735, DAC CJMCU and ESP32 wireup

Si4735 Function DAC MAX98357A ESP32
pin 1 DOUT DIN SerialData / GPIO32
pin 2 DFS WSEL WordSelect / GPIO25
pin 3 DCLK BCLK ContinuousSerialClock) / GPIO33)

See the API Documentation for more details.

Customizing PU2CLR Arduino Library

Maybe you need some Si47XX device functions that the PU2CLR SI4735 Arduino Library has not yet implemented. Also, you may want to change some existent function behaviors. This topic describes some approaches to add new SI473X features to your application.

Please, check the API documentation before implementing something you think is new. It is possible that what you want has already been implemented.

Primitive Functions

This library has primitive functions that make it easier for you to implement commands that may not have been implemented yet. The methods setProperty, getProperty sendCommand, getCommandResponse and getStatusResponse can be used to setup the SI473X devices directely. They can also be useful to check some features of the SI473X devices. To use those methods you have to be guided by the “AN332 Si47XX PROGRAMMING GUIDE REV 1.0” and AN332 REV 0.8 UNIVERSAL PROGRAMMING GUIDE AMENDMENT FOR SI4735-D60 SSB AND NBFM PATCHES Silicon Labs documentation. If you are familiar with bit operators in C / C ++, you will have no problem in using the above functions.

The example below configures the GPIO by sending the 0x81 (GPIO_SET) command(AN332 Si47XX Programming guide page 195).

SI4735 rx;
uint8_t args[] = {0b00001010} // will set the GPIO 1 and 3 to high
uint8_t response[0]



Extending the SI4735 class

The best way to customize the PU2CLR SI4735 Arduino Library for your needs is extending the current version of the library by using C++ OOP approach. For example:

#include <SI4735.h>
class MyCustomSI4735 : public SI4735 { // extending the original class SI4735
    // New functions / methods
    int methodA() {    // some SI47XX command that PU2CLR SI4735 Arduino Library does not implement
      return 0;

    int methodB() {    // another SI47XX command that PU2CLR SI4735 Arduino Library does not implement
      return 1;

    // Overwriting existent methods
    void setTuneFrequencyAntennaCapacitor(uint16_t capacitor) { 
      // Here, your setTuneFrequencyAntennaCapacitor code that will replace the original code 
      // Tip: currentFrequencyParams is a protected member of SI4735 class and can be referred in your code
      currentFrequencyParams.arg.ANTCAPH = 0;         // it is just an example 
      currentFrequencyParams.arg.ANTCAPL = capacitor; // it is just an example 

    void reset() {
      /// your reset code that will replace the original reset code 
      pinMode(resetPin, OUTPUT);
      digitalWrite(resetPin, LOW);
      digitalWrite(resetPin, HIGH);

MyCustomSI4735 radio; // the instance of your custom class based on SI4735 class

void setup()
  while (!Serial);
  Serial.println("Customizing Si4735 class example.");
  radio.setup(12, 0); // Arduino pin 12 as reset and FM mode (0)
  radio.setFM(8400, 10800, 10390, 10); 
  // Setting the tune capacitor with your code instead Si4735 library code.
  // Calling new functions implemented by you.

void loop() {
  // Your code with your custom SI4735 library.

If you use that approach, all you have to do is download the current version of PU2CLR SI4735 Arduino Library. Instead of using the PU2CLR SI4735 Arduino Library class directly, you can use your own class that extends the original class. This way, you always have the current version of the library customized for your needs. So, no extra work will be needed when you update the PU2CLR SI4735 Arduino Library. In other words, your custom code will always be synchronized with the PU2CLR SI4735 Arduino Library code.

Please, check the API documentation before implementing something you think is new. It is possible that what you want has already been implemented.

See also:

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Most Frequent Problems

The system does not start.

Depending on your setup, the system can hang at the beginning.

It has been observed in several tests. Some tips:

  1. Avoid using a computer connected to the mains during testing. The electrical grid can disturb the communication between the Arduino based board and the SI47XX device
  2. The RESET pin is not configured properly. Check the connection of the SI47XX pin 15 (RST) and the Arduino based board
  3. Try to use a 22K pull-up on Arduino Board pin used for resetting (RESET PIN). It may be needed if you are using some Arduino based boards like (Atmega32, Atmega128 etc)
  4. If the SI47XX pin 16 (SEN) is grounded, the I²C bus address must be 0x11, otherwise it must be 0x63 (the default I2C bus address is 0x11). Preferably, keep this pin grounded
  5. Check if the pins 17 (SCLK / SCL) and 18 (SDIO / SDA) of the SI47XX device are correctly connected to the Arduino board pins
  6. Check the pull-up resistors connected to the pins 17 (SCLK / SCL) and 18 (SDIO / SDA) of the SI47XX device
  7. Check the voltage on SI47XX pin 15 (RST). It should be 3.3V. All digital pins of your Arduino must have 3.3v when in HIGH condition. If it is greater than 3.3V, probably you are using an 5V board
  8. If you are using the Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V (8MHz), be sure you selected the correct board on Arduino IDE Tools menu, Processor: “Atmega328P (3.3V, 8MHz)”. By default, the Arduino IDE uses the 5V processor version
  9. Do not try to power an ATmega328 Arduino Board designed to work with 5V and 16MHz with a 3.3V supply. That configuration will make your system unstable. See ATmega328P Datasheet
  10. Do not try to power your Arduino based board designed to work with 3.3V with greater voltage. See the technical specifications of your Arduino Board and remember that the maximum voltage of the SI47XX MCU CONTROL INTERFACE is 3.6V
  11. Check the external crystal and its capacitors connections.

Attention: The pins numbers above is considering Si473x-D60(SSOP) package.

On FM mode, the receiver jump from a station to another station without any action.

If you are using Arduino Mini Pro, UNO or similar, pay attention to the pin 13 and the use of on internal pull-up resistor. This pin has a LED and a resistor connected on the board. When this pin is set to HIGH, the LED comes on. If you use the internal pull-up resistor of the pin 13, you might experiment problem due to the voltage drop caused by the LED circuit. If this occurs in your project, do one of the following:

After power up or try to tune the receiver, the display shows LW and 0 kHz

This problem can be a little complicated to solve. It can occur in many situations. I have observed that very few times in my experiments:


void setup() {
 si4735.setMaxDelayPowerUp(500); // now the delay after power up will be 500 ms
 si4735.setup(RESET_PIN, FM_FUNCTION);



void setup() {
  si4735.setup(RESET_PIN, FM_FUNCTION);

I cannot tune satisfactorily to any station on LW, MW or SW

When the receiver starts or when I switches it from FM to AM and vice-versa, I have loud click in the speaker

Some users may be uncomfortable with the loud popping of the speaker during some transitions caused by some Si47XX device commands. This problem occurs during the receivers transition from the power down to power up. Every time the user changes the mode (FM to AM or AM to FM, Si47XX devices mnust be powered down and powered back up which causes the click sound.

The SI473X devices have HIGH DC (DC bias) component in the analog audio output pins (SI4735-D60 pins 23 and 24). When the device goes to power down mode, the voltage on the audio pins drops to 0V. The device does it internally and there is no way to avoid that. When the device goes to power up, those audio pins suddenly go to the HIGH DC again. This transition causes the loud pop in the speaker. So far, the author of this library has not found an internal SI473X device solution to solve the loud popping of the speaker. The internal SI473X mute or volume commands will not stop the clicking sound. However, it is possible to solve this problem by adding an extra mute circuit and control it by the MCU (Atmega, ESP32, STM32, ATtiny85 etc).

The schematic below shows this approach.

Mute circuit

Considering that you are using a MCU based on Atmega328. When the D14 (A0) is HIGH the Si47XX output audio will be drained to the ground. At that condition, no audio will be transferred to the amplifier input and, consequently, to the speaker. So, no loud click in the speaker.

When the D14 is LOW, most of signal audio output from the Si47XX will be transfered to the input of the amplifier.

The code below shows all you have to do in your sketch to implement this resource.

#include <SI4735.h>
#define AUDIO_MUTE 14      // Pin A0 - Switch AGC ON/OF

Si4735 r;

void setup() {
  // It is all you have to do to control an external audio mute circuit if you have one. 
  r.setAudioMuteMcuPin(AUDIO_MUTE); // Tells the system to control an external audio mute circuit. 

  r.setup(RESET_PIN, -1, 1, SI473X_ANALOG_AUDIO); // Starts on FM mode and ANALOG audio mode. 


Video about external circuit and audio mute control

Some low power audio amplifiers IC also implement a mute circuit that can be controlled externally. You can find this resource on LM4906, LM4863, KA8602B, MC34119, PAM8403 and HT82V739 devices.

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Saving Memory on ATmega328 applications

  Converts a number to a char string and places leading zeros. 
  It is useful to mitigate memory space used by sprintf or generic similar function
void convertToChar(uint16_t value, char *strValue, uint8_t len)
  char d;
  for (int i = (len - 1); i >= 0; i--)
    d = value % 10;
    value = value / 10;
    strValue[i] = d + 48;
  strValue[len] = '\0';

TIP: The SI4735 Arduino Library has a function to format numeric values like frequency, bfo, rssi etc. See convertToChar documentation


void showFrequency()
  char freqDisplay[10];

  if (band[bandIdx].bandType == FM_BAND_TYPE)
    rx.convertToChar(currentFrequency, freqDisplay, 5, 3, ','); // Formats the FM frequency
    if (band[bandIdx].bandType == MW_BAND_TYPE || band[bandIdx].bandType == LW_BAND_TYPE)
      rx.convertToChar(currentFrequency, freqDisplay, 5, 0, '.'); // Formats LW and MW frequency
      rx.convertToChar(currentFrequency, freqDisplay, 5, 2, '.'); // Formats SW frequency
  showValue(0, 0, oldFrequency, freqDisplay, 2, 11);

Explanation: The first byte of each line of the original patch content is either a 0x15 or 0x16 command. To shrink the patch size stored on the controller, the first byte on each line is omitted. Since the first byte on each line is either 0x15 or 0x16, it is not necessary to explicitly store them. Since most lines start with the 0x16 byte, only the line numbers beginning with 0x15 must be stored. The downloadCompressedPatch method will insert the value 0x15 when it’s on a line that is marked as beginning with 0x15, and will insert 0x16 on all other lines.

#include <patch_ssb_compressed.h> // SSB patch for whole SSBRX initialization string

const uint16_t size_content = sizeof ssb_patch_content; // See ssb_patch_content.h
const uint16_t cmd_0x15_size = sizeof cmd_0x15;         // Array of lines where the 0x15 command occurs in the patch content.

void loadSSB()
  rx.queryLibraryId(); // Is it really necessary here? I will check it.
  rx.downloadCompressedPatch(ssb_patch_content, size_content, cmd_0x15, cmd_0x15_size);
  rx.setSSBConfig(bandwidthSSB[bwIdxSSB].idx, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1);


Boards where this library has been successfully tested

This library can be useful to develop cross-platform software. So far, it has been successfully tested on the architectures shown below.

Silicon Labs Schematic

The table below shows the some boards where this library has been successfully tested.

  Board Need voltage converter I²C Pins Used Reset Pin Features
1 Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V 8MHz No A4 and A5 12 More…
2 Mega 2560 Pro Yes 20 and 21 12 More…
3 ESP WEMOS LOLIN32 No GPIO21 and GPIO22 [4] GPIO25 [5] More…
4 ESP32 Dev Module No GPIO21 and GPIO22 [4] GPIO25 [5] More…
5 ESP32 Wrover Module No GPIO21 and GPIO22 [4] GPIO25 [5] More…
6 ESP8266 No GPIO4 and GPIO5 GPIO2 More…
7 Arduino UNO Yes A4 and A5 12 More…
8 Arduino NANO ATmega 328 Yes A4 and A5 12 More…
9 Arduino NANO ATmega 168 Yes A4 and A5 12 More…
10 Arduino NANO 33 IoT No [6] A4 and A5 12 More…
11 Arduino Yún / ATmega-32u4 Yes 2 and 3 12 More…
12 ATtiny84 No 7 and 8 6 More…
13 ATtiny85 No 5 and 7 2 (D3) More…
14 Arduino DUE No 2 and 3 12 More…
15 BlueDuino 3.3V (ATmega-32u4) No 2 and 3 10 More…
16 Arduino Mini Pro 5V 16Mhz Yes 2 and 3 10 More…
17 STM32F746G-DISCO No - - More…
18 STM32F103 Series No PB6 (SCL) and PB7(SDA) PA12 More…
19 STM32F411 Series No PB6 (SCL) and PB7(SDA) PA12 More…
20 Raspberry Pi Pico No GP0 (0) and GP1 (1) GP16 (16) More…
21 WeAct Studio RP2040 Pico No GP0 (0) and GP1 (1) GP16 (16) More…
22 Seeeduino XIAO No A4 and A5 3 More…
23 Teensy 3.1 No A4 and A5 12 More…
24 Teensy 4.1 No A4 and A5 12 More…
25 Atmega8 No PC4 and PC5 PD6 More…
26 Atmega32 No PC1 and PC0 PB2 More…
27 Atmega128 No PC1 and PC0 PB2 More…
28 LGT8F328P No A4 and A5 12 More…
29 LUATOS ESP32C3 No GPIO4 and GPIO5 GPIO8 More…
  1. More about ESP boards on ESPRESSIF Development Boards.
  2. More about BlueDuino on Seed.
  3. On you can see the technical specification about many board.
  4. It seams that in some ESP32 board, the I²C bus is not configured properly by default. However, you can set almost any pin on ESP32 to setup I²C capabilities. All you have to do is call Wire.begin(SDA, SCL); where SDA and SCL are the ESP32 GPIO pins. See the folder examples to check how to use ESP32 devices.
  5. You can use the pin 12 too.
  6. Arduino Nano 33 BLE only supports 3.3V I/Os and is NOT 5V tolerant so please make sure you are not directly connecting 5V signals to this board or it will be damaged. Also, as opposed to Arduino Nano boards that support 5V operation, the 5V pin does NOT supply voltage but is rather connected, through a jumper, to the USB power input.

The table below shows some SI473X, SI474X devices and Si4730 based-boards where the PU2CLR SI4735 Arduino Library has been successfully tested.

SI473X board / IC I²S FM RDS AM SSB LW MW SW Tested
SI4735-D60 X X X X X X X X Yes
SI4735-B20 X X X X   X X X Yes
SI4732-A10 (1) (3) - X X X X X X X Yes*
SI4730-D60 (*2) X X X* X   X* X X* Yes
SI4734-D60 X X   X   X X X Yes
NE928-10A SI4730 - X   X         Yes
PL102BA V2.11 10628 (*2) - X X* X   X* X X* Yes
SI4743-C10 X X X X   X X X Yes
SI4745-C10 X X X X   X X X Yes
  1. Acording to Silicon Labs guide AN332, the SI4732-A10 has the same firmware FMRX component and AM_SW_LW RX component as that of SI4735-D60. See Si47XX PROGRAMMING GUIDE; AN332; page 2. So, like the SI4735-D60, it is possible to use it to listen to SSB mode with the SI4732-A10.

  2. Although the SI4730-D60 does not officially support SW, several tests performed during the development of this library, as well as tests performed by other experimenters, it was observed excellent performance of this IC on HF/SW band. See “Si47XX PROGRAMMING GUIDE; pages 2 and 3; Table 1 - Product Family Function” for more details. See the video Si4730-D60 ultimate testing (FM/RDS + LW + SW). It is important to note that the author of this library does not guarantee all SI4730-D60 devices sold on the market will work in LW and SW bands and FM with RDS as well.

  3. Digital Audio setup (I²S) did not work during the tests.

The videos below show the PU2CLR Si4735 Arduino Library working on some boards

Cross-platform Si4735 Arduino Library

Si4735 Arduino Library - Arduino Mega 2560 and ESP32 LOLIN32 WEMOS

Si4735 Arduino Library working with ATtiny85

Si4735 Arduino Library and Bluepill STM32F103

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Photos (Tools and Accessories)

This item describes some tools and accessories you might need to build your radio based on SI4735. Most of the accessories used in this project you will find on eBay and AliExpress.

Arduino Pro Mini Arduino Pro Mini
Arduino Pro Mini 01 Arduino Pro Mini 02

FT232 USB Adapter FT232 USB Adapter
FT232 USB A SI4735 on adapter 05

Magnifier Solder
Magnifier Solder

Adapter for SI4735 Soldering Accessories
Adatper for Si4735 Soldering Accessories

It was a bit hard to solder the kind of CI on adapter. However, by using a electronic magnifier it was possible.

SI4735 soldered on adapter

Si4735 on Adapter Si4735 on Adapter
IC SI4730 soldering on adapter SIC SI4730 soldering on adapter
SI4735 on adapter 01 SI4735 on adapter 03

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The basic circuit built on protoboard is based on the “SSOP Typical Application Schematic”, suggested by the Silicon Labs Documentation (Si4730/31/34/35-D60-BROADCAST AM/FM/SW/LW RADIO RECEIVER; page 19). Two pull-up 4.7K resistors were added on I²C bus (It is an arbitrary value. Actually, this value may vary depending on your devices connected to the bus). Also, it is recomended to add two 4.7uF capacitors between the CI audio output and audio amplifier. The photos below do not show these capacitors. See C7 and C8 on schematic.

The figure below shows a suggestion to shrink the prototype and connections. If you are just doing prototyping, I recommend this approach due to the short connections with the Si4735 (recommended by the manufacturer).

Mini Protoboard 01

The configuration above connected to Arduino Pro Mini is shown below.

Mini Protoboard 02

The following photo shows the most common prototyping approach. Use this approach if you don’t want to solder the components on the adapter plate.

Protoboard 01

The figure above shows the very basic shematic implementation (no Button or Encoder). See the folder examples for more details and other configuration with LCD and OLED


  1. Silicon Labs Si4737 WB/AM/FM Stereo/RDS single-chip receiver HAL library for Arduino
  6. Understanding the ‘Phasing Method’ of Single Sideband Demodulation
  7. Design a modulator and demodulator SSB by DSP processor TMS320C50 for PLC systems
  8. Installing Additional Arduino Libraries
  9. Specification of the radio data system (RDS) for VHF/FM sound broadcasting in the frequency range from 87,5 to 108,0 MHz
  10. Radio Data System
  11. RDS Encoder
  12. RDS in Europe, RBDS in the USA –What are the differences and how canreceivers cope with both systems?
  13. RBDS & RDS PTY Codes and Program Types
  14. Using RDS/RBDS with the Si4701/03
  16. Other implementations using Si4735 and Arduino
  17. I²C
  18. Forums
  19. “Multi-Band Receiver On A Chip Controlled By Arduino” commented by Tom Nardi on Hackaday
  20. C/C++ for Arduino

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Here you can see some experiments using this library. Watch them.

Project examples made by the author

Third-party projects using this library

Videos that powered the standalone SI473X devices:

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Commercial Receivers based on Si47XX Family

The table below shows some radios based on SI47XX

Manufacturer Model Device More information
Tecsun PL310ET Si4734 About
Tecsun PL-330 Si4735 Review
Tecsun PL-365 Si4735 Review
Tecsun PL-360 Si4734 Review
Tecsun PL380 Si4734 Reviews
Tecsun PL880 Si4735 Reviews
CountyComm GP-7/SSB Si4735 Reviews
Degen DE1103 DSP Si4735 Review
Degen DE1123/Kaito KA1123 Si4734 Review
Degen DE1125/Kaito KA801 Si4734 Reviews
Degen DE1126 Si4734 Review
Degen DE1127 (discontinued) Si4734 Review
Sangean ATS-909X Si4735 Review
Sangean ATS-909X2 Si4735 Review
XHDATA D808 Si4735 Review
RADIWOW R-108 SI4734 Review
C Crane CC Skywave   Review
Unknown ATS-20 SI4732 Review
Unknown ATS-25 Si4732 Review
Unknown ATS-100 Si4732 Review

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Other Arduino Libraries Developed by the Author

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