Part Number: IWR6843
Dear technical support,
I am trying to build a TLV parser to get the Point Clouds of my application, based on the "indoor_false_det_68xx_data_output_format.pdf" document + the file I have just recorded using "mmWave_Demo_Visualizer 3.0.0".
I am a little bit confused:
1 - It says that first 8 bytes are for Sync Pattern which is Ok: 02 01 04 03 06 05 08 07 in little endian order.
2 - Then it says 4 bytes for Version which is Ok: 08 00 00 03 in little endian order.
3 - Then it says 4 bytes for Platform and here I get lost: 40 03 00 00 do not correspond to Platform where bytes for Platform appear on the next 4 bytes: 43 68 0A 00.
--> So it seems there is a mismatch between this TLV file and the document.
Please could you advise?
I thank you in advance for your support.
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In reply to AmandaN:
Thanks for your quick reply. I found the structure of the UART output in the "mmw_output.h" of doxygen link.
I have other questions:
1 - There is no generic description of the TLV structure because it depends on the use case of the demo: is it correct ?
2 - Can I have access to the source code of the mmWave_Demo_Visualizer GUI?
3 - How can I have access to the Point Clouds in the People_Counting / Indoor False Detection demos? There is no button to record the data output in the GUI as done in the OOB.
Now I am able to parse the output message header. Please could you help me now in parsing the message content?
I checked in the doxygen linked and it is not clear for me. Giving an example on the data provided above would help a lot.
Thanks in advance for your support.
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