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Part Number: AWR1243
We are trying to integrate the Gesture-Swipe code present in mmWave Industrial toolbox for IWR-14xx into RADAR SDK for AWR1243. Is it possible to do so? . So, we are not sure of porting of " mmWave arch code of IWR14xx" into Radar SDK using AWR12xx is possible?
Kindly help us to clear our thoughts.
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In reply to Jitendra Gupta:
In reply to Varsha Vanga:
Can anyone help to solve the above queries?
Hi Jitendra, Thanks a lot for the reply. As per your previous reply : "FFT processing reference should already be there in Radar-SDK so next you need to take other gesture recogition process to TDAxx." So the output of FFT's of : 1) IWR 1443 Gesture recognition Swipe & 2) The FFT present in Radar SDK are exactly same ? Is there any need to use the FF T of Gesture here? Regards, Varsha
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