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CONFIG_USB_SI470X: Silicon Labs Si470x FM Radio Receiver support with USB

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_USB_SI470X has multiple definitions:

Silicon Labs Si470x FM Radio Receiver support with USB found in drivers/media/radio/si470x/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_USB_SI470X:

Help text

This is a driver for USB devices with the Silicon Labs SI470x chip. Currently these devices are known to work: - 10c4:818a: Silicon Labs USB FM Radio Reference Design - 06e1:a155: ADS/Tech FM Radio Receiver (formerly Instant FM Music) - 1b80:d700: KWorld USB FM Radio SnapMusic Mobile 700 (FM700) - 10c5:819a: Sanei Electric FM USB Radio (aka DealExtreme.com PCear)

Sound is provided by the ALSA USB Audio/MIDI driver. Therefore if you don't want to use the device solely for RDS receiving, it is recommended to also select SND_USB_AUDIO.

Please have a look at the documentation, especially on how to redirect the audio stream from the radio to your sound device: Documentation/video4linux/si470x.txt

Say Y here if you want to connect this type of radio to your computer's USB port.

To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will be called radio-usb-si470x.

Silicon Labs Si470x FM Radio Receiver support found in drivers/media/radio/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_USB_SI470X:

Help text

This is a driver for USB devices with the Silicon Labs SI470x chip. Currently these devices are known to work: - 10c4:818a: Silicon Labs USB FM Radio Reference Design - 06e1:a155: ADS/Tech FM Radio Receiver (formerly Instant FM Music) - 1b80:d700: KWorld USB FM Radio SnapMusic Mobile 700 (FM700)

Sound is provided by the ALSA USB Audio/MIDI driver. Therefore if you don't want to use the device solely for RDS receiving, it is recommended to also select SND_USB_AUDIO.

Please have a look at the documentation, especially on how to redirect the audio stream from the radio to your sound device: Documentation/video4linux/si470x.txt

Say Y here if you want to connect this type of radio to your computer's USB port.

To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will be called radio-si470x.

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