AWR1243: AWR1243p radar kit
Part Number: AWR1243
I am looking into the demo software regarding the "AWR1243 Capture + Radar Tx Beam Form (DSP) + Null" from ProcessSDKRadar_User_Guide.
I am looking for how it steering the Tx beam in this usercase. Could you point me which c files are doing this ?
The beam steering is performed in hardware not software.
This is explained in the TI Design guide. TIDEP 01021
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In reply to Cesar:
I read the TI Design guide. TIDEP01021 This is a good one. I can understand the steer vectors phases are to adjust looking direction and their relationship with TX/RX antennas configuration. However, I need to know where and how to put these steering vectors phases in the right place to make it working like "Figure 10. Beamsteering Scheme in BSD, LCA, and TJA Reference Design " in TIDEP01021.
There are many white papers I read, I guess I must missed some points. Please help me by point me where is it.
I would like to see steering the TX beam by modify "AWR1243 Capture + Radar Tx Beam Form (DSP) + Null" as the result.
In reply to Chung Cheng Ho:
Or, you could point me where "AWR1243 Capture + Radar Tx Beam Form (DSP) + Null" config the chirps parameters and where the data are.
I guess I found where it is. Thanks
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