Part Number: IWR6843ISK
I am using IWR6843ISK and MMWAVEICBOOST with sdk_03_02_00_04.
There are always ghost detected points next to the radar in the mmWave Demo Visualizer.
I know that it come from antenna coupling and that it is possible to remove that points with the command calibDcRangeSig. But I don't understand how to use that command and what the parameters correspond to.
Can you help me to understand how to remove that ghost detected points by using this command ? I have already tried to use it but it doesn't work.
The calibDcRangeSig eliminates certain objects detected initially from a number of range bins close to the sensor. All of these parameters are configurable and defined in the mmWave-SDK User Guide on page 28.
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In reply to Akash Gondalia:
Thank you for your help but I already know all this informations.
mmw_sdk User Guide is not clear for me and I don't understand what are <negativeBinIdx> and <positiveBinIdx>. What is a Bin ?
In reply to Mathieu Delaveau:
I still do not understand how to use the command.
Can you help me please ?
Range bins are specific intervals in the range domain where the sensor detects objects. The function is used to remove a specified number of bins that are closest to the sensor.
For more information on mmWave Theory, I'd recommend looking in to the mmWave Training Series.
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