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Part Number: AWR1843BOOST
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
There is a function called quadraticInterpLog2ShortPeakLoc which performs a quadractic peak interpolation to compute the fractional offset of the peak location, it is called as belows:
interpOffset = quadraticInterpLog2ShortPeakLoc(obj->cfarDetObjIndexBuf, obj->numDopplerBins, detIdx1, (CFARTHRESHOLD_N_BIT_FRAC + obj->log2numVirtAnt));
Here, obj->cfarDetObjIndexBuf is an doppler index array, is there any error in invking this function? Whether obj->sumAbs should supersede it? And should the detIdx1 be repalced by obj->cfarDetObjIndexBuf[detIdx1]?Is that right?
I will have to check this with our algo experts . But have you validated by modifying the code and checking it yourself and what are your observations?
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In reply to Raghunandan Kamath:
I have not validated,I just look at the code, and it doesn't make sense, so I want to confirm my thought.
In reply to Rata Zhang:
I would request you to go over the demo documentation and training materials.
And find the online literature to implement this algo/logic as per your requirement.
In reply to Jitendra Gupta:
I have validated my thought and my thought is right.
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