Part Number: AWR1843BOOST
HW: AWR1843BOOST Rev. C and Rev. BSW: SBL in mmWave SDK 3.2
We use the binary (SBL in mmWave SDK 3.2) to do firmware downloading test via CAN-FD and found a strange symptom:
We perform more test and the found: If we lower the speed from 5Mbps to 2Mbps on Rev. C EVM, it always work.
Base on the test result we suspect AWR1843BOOST Rev. C EVM "may" have layout issue related CAN-FD.
Do you have any comment?
I have not seen this issue.
Have you checked if the issue is with the PCAN or with the AWR1843BOOST SBL ?
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In reply to Raghunandan Kamath:
We're using AWR1843BOOST SBL.on Rev. C.
Did you use PCAN + CAN-FD test program to perform the test?If yes, could you tell us:
1) What is your procedure?2) What kind of CAN-FD test program you're using?
In reply to James Austrial:
I mentioned that I have not seen such an issue with the SBL code on the AWR1843BOOST . I am mostly testing it on the RevB . Need to check on the RevC EVM.
You could use the CANFD test application that is available in the MMWAVE-SDK for your test as well.
Test procedure is simple . You will just need to have the S2 switch selecting the CAN and then connect the CANH and CANL lines to the PCAN-USBFD dongle.
OK, so you mean you need to check CAN-FD on AWR1843BOOST Rev. C.
Rev. B is OK but Rev. C is not OK is our observation. Suggest to have a quick check on Rev. C.
I do not have a REVC EVM with me. I need to procure a REVC EVM.
Please let me know if you are seeing some errors when you use the REVC EVM. The information you have provided is not enough for further investigation .
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