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Part Number: IWR6843
I'm just wondering if the new 6843 and specifically the long range people counting lab support the single antenna MIMO chirp pattern as recommended by the chirp estimator tool when "long range" is selected? If so, what config params should be used to enable this?
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In reply to Justin Curewitz:
Understood - would be great to have many different configurations possible, if you have visibility on a timeline in the future let me know.
Finally... isn't the 6843 3T not 2T? Or is it only configured to use 2T for the labs also?
In reply to Scott Tattersall:
The 6843 has 3 T and can provide 3D Data. However, this lab only uses 2 Tx and provides 2D data.
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