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  • Does this make sense to you, cause it doesn’t answer my question. Apparently there is no way to make the backlight stay on longer then 10 seconds.

    3-1“Hold” backlight switch and reading-keeping switch. If the switch is pressed over 2 seconds, the backlight turns on. Further press the switch over 2 seconds, the backlight turns off or automatically turns off after 10 seconds. Pressing the Digital multimeter - 3 - switch within 2 seconds could lock or unlock the data retention. Press the switch once to lock and press it again to unlock

  • sweet datasheet! thanks!

  • Does anybody know how to make the backlight stay on?

  • Anybody know why the only command that works for me is 2000xxxx where xxxx is mhz? Oh and r returns zeros.

  • Worldwide FM band support (64�108 MHz) Worldwide AM band support (520�1710 kHz) Shortwave band support (2.3�21.85 MHz) Longwave band support (153�279 KHz)

    si4735 page at silabs.com

  • This looks great, seeing this made my day. I can’t wait to start playing with this thing. Thanks!

  • Thanks for putting the ascii version of this up - the detail is amazing and since it is text I can clearly determine the circuit paths.

  • This would be cool to see in 7 meter ham radio project!

  • I also did the SMD workshop and I must say that the sparkfun staff were absolutely the most professional, patient and fun to be around. I was really impressed with how they handled so many people.
    I got Adam Savage to sign my make magazine as well. MakerFaire2010 FTW.