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IWR1443BOOST: IWR1443 is not detected by the computer.
Part Number: IWR1443BOOST
Can anyone help me get started with IWR1443Boost sensor?
I just got this sensor and the DevPack. I tried to use the web-based visualization demo.
I have followed the instruction as provided
1) Ti Clond Agent extension for chrome
2) Install Ti Clond Agent
3) 5v power cable (tested already)
4) chrome updated
After all this, still no TI usb is detected in the serial port configuration tap. What's wrong here?
Another question is that what's the difference between DevPack and the DCA1000EVM? Our goal is to capture raw data continuously and develop post signal processing algorithm for application of our interest.
If possible, we would like to develop our own real-time demo.
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