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README Cleanup
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+FabFM Radio Kit
+[![FabFM Radio Kit](
+*FabFM Radio Kit (KIT-11043)*](
+The FabFM is a stylish FM radio kit that can be built with just basic soldering tools. The PCB is all PTH, meaning that even a beginner solderer can put this kit together with a little time. The wooden, laser cut frame doesn't take any tools or glue to put together, each part press-fits into another. Once assembled the FabFM Radio Kit produces a fully functioning, old-school style FM radio.
[*See the wiki for assembly instuctions.*](
-Hardware contains the Eagle PCB layout files and the firmware contains the arduino sketch that is loaded onto the atmega328.
+Repository Contents
+* **/enclosure** - Vector files for the enclosure
+* **/firmware** - Arduino sketch that is loaded onto the ATMega328
+* **/hardware** - Eagle PCB layout files
+License Information
-[Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike](
+All contents of this repository are released under [Creative Commons Share-alike 3.0](
Authors: Aaron Weiss @ SparkFun Electonics, Original Design by David Mellis and Dana Gordon
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