‘NoeStringsAttached’ Inventing Wireless Music Sharing Via FM

“A new gadget can broadcast music from your iPod to friends nearby.”
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“A new gadget can broadcast music from your iPod to friends nearby.”

According to Technology Review, a San Francisco teenager has invented a device that turns iPods into miniature radio stations.

The system, called NoeStringsAttached, uses FM to transmit music from a portable music player to any equipped player within 15 feet.

“The five frequencies were specially selected because they are not often used by traditional broadcasters, but in theory, the device could pick up FM radio stations,” the article states.

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