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Part Number: AWR1642BOOST
We want to know how to convert the rangeSNRdB, dopplerSNRdB, sinAzimSNRLin to dB value?
the rangeSNRdB value we get from UART, it almost 2200.
if we want to convert the 2200 to dB, how can we do?
How to convert peakVal、rangeSNRdB、dopplerSNRdB、sinAzimSNRLin to dB value?
typedef struct MmwDemo_detectedObjActual_t
uint16_t rangeIdx; /*!< @brief Range index */
uint16_t dopplerIdx; /*!< @brief Doppler index */
uint16_t range; /*!< @brief Range (meters in oneQformat) */
int16_t speed; /*!< @brief Doppler (m/s in oneQformat) */
int16_t sinAzim; /*!< @brief wx sin(Azim). Q format provides the bitwidth. */
uint16_t peakVal; /*!< @brief Peak value */
uint16_t rangeSNRdB; /*!< @brief Range SNR (dB) */
uint16_t dopplerSNRdB; /*!< @brief Doppler SNR (dB) */
uint16_t sinAzimSNRLin; /*!< @brief omega SNR (linear scale) */
int16_t x; /*!< @brief x - coordinate in meters. Q format provides the bitwidth. */
int16_t y; /*!< @brief y - coordinate in meters. Q format provides the bitwidth. */
int16_t z; /*!< @brief z - coordinate in meters. Q format provides the bitwidth. */
uint16_t clusterId; /*!< @brief Cluster ID */
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In reply to Weks Chen:
SRR uses the formula to calculate SNR as given in one of the MACRO in the dss_data_path.c#define TWENTY_TWO_DB_DOPPLER_SNR ((22 *(256))/6) e.g. 2200 value convert to dB will be (2200*6/256) Regards,Jitendra
In reply to Jitendra Gupta:
How about rangeSNRdB/sinAzimSNRLin/Peakval? Could we use the same macro to convert to dB?
Hi Jitendra, How about rangeSNRdB/sinAzimSNRLin/Peakval? Could we use the same macro to convert to dB? Thanks John
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