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Part Number: IWR1443BOOST
I was wondering how you decided on the designs for IWR1443BOOST and IWR1642BOOST. I understand the advantage of 1443 over 1642 is elevation possibility, but why is this not in 1642?
Can you give me some pros and cons on this design choice please?
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In reply to Charles Oladimeji:
In reply to jason Anderson:
still waiting for an answer. i dont understand the advantage of several TX antenna's. from the documentation i understand the RX antennas determine azimuth. i understand the 3rd TX is for elevation.but what is the advantage of 2 TX antennas?
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