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includes FM transmitter.
 
includes FM transmitter.
 
Uses compact flash card (reads FAT16), PIC18F452, STA013 mp3 decoder chip, FT232 USB chip.
 
Uses compact flash card (reads FAT16), PIC18F452, STA013 mp3 decoder chip, FT232 USB chip.
"compact flash card. ... Cheaper & faster than multimedia cards (MMC) and can be accessed via a PCMCIA slot, as all PC laptops have, using a
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"compact flash card. ... Cheaper & faster than multimedia cards (MMC) and can be accessed via a PCMCIA slot, as all PC laptops have, using a $50 adaptor (although you can read/write using the Java program MintyComm program talking through the serial port)"
[http://www.nextag.com/compact-flash-pcmcia-adapter/search-html $16 adaptor] (although you can read/write using the Java program MintyComm program talking through the serial port)"
 
 
http://ladyada.net/make/minty/
 
http://ladyada.net/make/minty/
 
(There's a nice forum [http://forums.ladyada.net here] for discussing this).
 
(There's a nice forum [http://forums.ladyada.net here] for discussing this).

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