Part Number: IWR1443BOOST
As i made clear in other threads I want to perform the high accuracy algorithm on the closest object instead of the highest reflective one. All this done in the high accuracy lab.
What i want to do is alter the algorithm that finds the highest peak, to find the closest peak. I believe that in doing so, i will get my desired results the easiest way, and without having to alter the lab itself a lot.
However i can't understand the algorithms/functions responsible for this. Can i get some detailed information on how i would do this?
so i want to replace the highest peak with closest peak, and run the program normally afterwards.
I believe i have to be in function :
void MmwDemo_peakSearch(MmwDemo_DataPathObj *obj)
which directs me to the following function:
void MmwDemo_configPeakSearch_HWA(MmwDemo_DataPathObj *obj)
does the variable
determine that the highest peak should be returned?
if not, what does?
help is very much appreciated
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In reply to jason Anderson:
Please make sure you cover all the cases in your function to select the peak, especially the bin at the two ends.
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