FM Transmitter in N1?

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    FM Transmitter in N1?

    Thanks to Engadget for this...

    Nexus One teardown reveals 802.11n WiFi and FM transmitter

    We've already told you everything you need to know about the Nexus One. Still, you might be curious to see Google's self-proclaimed "superphone" splayed wide to reveal a Samsung-branded OLED display, Qualcomm QSD8250 "Snapdragon" 1 GHz ARM processor, and Synaptics touchscreen controller. Of interest is a Broadcom chip labeled Broadcom BCM4329EKUBG. Why? Well, the BCM4329 (albeit, without the "EKUBG" qualifier) is capable of 802.11n (HTC only lists 802.11b/g) WiFi in addition to FM transmitter and receiver. Bet you didn't know that? Picture of the Broadcom chip after the break.

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    It doesn't state anything about it being a receiver as well, but I would be delightfuly pleased if it turned out this could be utilized - unlike the iPhone 3gs, which also has an unused FM transmitter...
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    11n? Cool. One more step to shutting down my 11g network.

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    Look here for complete warranty breaking tear down of the Nexus One.

    Nexus One Teardown - iFixit

    What could the FM transmitter be used for?
    Possibly sending music to your car radio?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crascott View Post
    Look here for complete warranty breaking tear down of the Nexus One.

    Nexus One Teardown - iFixit

    What could the FM transmitter be used for?
    Possibly sending music to your car radio?
    Great link... Should make that another thread. *off to make another thread*
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    It could just be a generic transmitter capable of doing 2.4/5ghz and FM frequencies... OTOH if the specs for the chip are out there someone will work it out.

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    I read somewhere that the FM transmitter is standard on that chip. Many other phones have that chip, but the transmitter function isn't active.

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    anyone noes who use to use the radio for the FM transmitter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveAu View Post
    anyone noes who use to use the radio for the FM transmitter?
    Please excuse... grammar=where?

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    Question

    oh sorry guys..i want to ask
    "anyone knows how to use radio for the FM transmitter? "

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    Quote Originally Posted by crascott View Post
    Many other phones have that chip, but the transmitter function isn't active.
    :nexusx::nexusx::nexusx::nexusx:
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