Uses a Raspberry Pi 2 to broadcast FM signals over a specific range of frequencies in case of an emergency.
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README.md

EmergencyBroadcast

Uses a Raspberry Pi 2 to broadcast FM signals from user input text over a specific range of frequencies in case of an emergency. This project is built on top of PiFmRds. Thanks a lot to @ChristopheJacquet for building PiFmRds.

Hardware Requirements

  • Raspberry Pi
  • A wire!

Dependencies

Installation

  • Clone the repository. git clone https://github.com/9at8/EmergencyBroadcast.git
  • Install PiFmRds using the instructions given in the link.
  • Install Pico Text to Speech sudo apt-get install libttspico-utils
  • Edit main.py to:
    • Set player_location as the location of the PiFmRds executable
    • Set audio_name as the temporary name for TTS audio
    • Set audio_location as the temporary location for the TTS audio file
  • Run! ./main.py