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IWR6843 ES2.0 & IWR1843 now Available

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IWR6843 ES2.0 is here! : Latest revision of TI's Industrial mmWave device for 60Ghz RF Band.

Alongside  IWR1843  is now available for 77Ghz RF Band.

  • The IWR6843 ES2.0 and IWR1843 devices are live on TI Store and supported by MMWAVE-SDK 3.3.0.3
  • EVMs are available on TI.com: IWR6843ISK, IWR6843ISK-ODS and IWR1843BOOST
    • EVMs ordered 20th September 2019 onward will have the above latest boards with new devices announced here.
    • We highly recommend updating to latest Hardware to take advantage of latest demos offering and features.

  • A Migration guide for porting to new devices is available here  :
    • Migrating to IWR6843 ES2.0 from IWR6843 ES1.0 and IWR1642 ES2.0
    • Migrating to IWR1843 from IWR1642 ES2.0

 

mmWave Industrial Toolbox 4.0.0

The launch of IWR6843 ES2.0 and IWR1843 is supported by various new and updated Labs in mmWave Industrial Toolbox available on TI Resource Explorer.

  • Highlighted labs for IWR6843 ES2.0
    • Updated: IWR6843 Area Scanner Lab for ES2.0 with integrated Static Object detection and Tracking
    • Updated: IWR6843 Door Activation Sensor Lab for ES2.0 with integrated Static Object detection
    • Updated: IWR6843 Long Range People Detection Lab for ES2.0 with support for up to 20 tracks
    • Updated: Traffic Monitoring Lab with support for IWR6843 ES2.0 and IWR1843
  • Highlighted labs for IWR1843
    • New: SDK Out of Box Demo Lab for IWR1843ISK
    • Updated: Traffic Monitoring Lab with support for IWR6843 ES2.0 and IWR1843

 

The detailed list of updates given below is also available in the “What’s New” section at the bottom of the mmWave Industrial Toolbox page landing page and Labs page.

TIREX Release notes:

Lab/Experiment/Antenna Name

Changes

IWR6843 Area Scanner Lab (Update)

  • Added support for IWR6843 ES2.0
  • Added support for mmWave-SDK 3.3.0.x
  • Integrated Static Object Detection Algorithm
  • Included new GUI

IWR6843 Door Activation Sensor Lab (Update)

  • Added support for IWR6843 ES2.0
  • Added support for mmWave-SDK 3.3.0.x
  • Integrated Static Object Detection Algorithm
  • Included new GUI

IWR6843 Long Range People Detection Lab (Update)

  • Added support for IWR6843 ES2.0
  • Added support for mmWave-SDK 3.3.0.x
  • Now tracks up to 20 people in environment
  • Filters out trees and shrubs in environment

IWR6843 ISK People Counting Lab (Update)

  • Added support for IWR6843 ES2.0
  • Added support for mmWave-SDK 3.3.0.x

IWR6843 ODS Point Cloud Demo (Update)

  • Added support for both IWR6843 ES1.0 & ES2.0
  • Added support for mmWave-SDK 3.3.0.x

IWR6843 Autonomous Robotics with ROS Lab (Update)

  • Added support for IWR6843 ES2.0
  • Added support for IWR1843 ES1.0
  • Added support for mmWave-SDK 3.3.0.x
  • Updated Chirp configurations for IWR6843ISK and IWR6843AoP

IWR6843 ROS Point Cloud Visualizer Lab (Update)

  • Added support for IWR6843 ES2.0
  • Added support for IWR1843 ES1.0
  • Added support for mmWave-SDK 3.3.0.x
  • Updated Chirp configurations for IWR6843ISK and IWR6843AoP
  • Added launch file for IWR1843

IWR1843,IWR6843 Traffic Monitoring Lab (Update)

  • Added support for mmWave-SDK 3.3.0.x
  • Added support for IWR1843 ES1.0 and IWR6843 ES2.0

IWR1843 Out-Of-Box Demo Lab (New)

  • Standard SDK Demo for IWR1843BOOST EVM

IWR6843ODS Antenna (New)

  • IWR6843 ODS EVM Antenna Pattern, Stackup, and Design tips

IWR6843AoP Antenna (New)

  • IWR6843 AOP EVM Antenna Pattern, and Design tips

 

 

Updated TI Designs

 

 

Additional development tools

 

Thank You!

Industrial mmWave Team

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