With the modules I have working currently it was enough for a simple FM direct conversion receiver.
As with every other amateur out there this is Yet Another Teensy SDR, and I put the code here https://github.com/calston/x-uhf/tree/master/controller Most of the code is driving the display and user interface.
I haven't had a chance to put some pictures together, but thought I'd talk briefly through this because a lot of the existing SDR code out there is outdated and doesn't make use of the new Teensy Audio library features.
Basically all I did was mix down to a 10khz IF, then use a Biquad filter with a 15Khz highpass stage and 0.7 Q factor. This effectively converts the FM to AM. Then to convert the AM I simply run an abs function on the stream. This does still need further demodulation that I haven't figured out a simple way yet. It should be noted that I have no idea what I'm doing, this entire process was me learning digital filters for the first time.
Ultimately I do NOT want to use I/Q demodulation like everyone else does because this complicates the build not being able to use single ended unbalanced signal paths, and the whole point of this was as a simple demonstration tool that matches the block diagrams in text books.