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Hi,

Since last Thursday I can't post new questions in the E2E mmWave Sensors forum.

After pressing the post button nothing happens. I also don't get the 

usual notification email regarding the confirmation of my post.

Thanks,

Boaz

  • Hello Boaz,
    please describe the process of attempting to post a new question. Can you post to other Forums?
    ~Leonard
  • In reply to LeonardEllis:

    Hi Leonard,
    I have posted numerous times in the mmwave sensors forum.
    Since last Thursday I couldn't post anymore.
    I fill the post (all required fields), and when I press the"Post" button
    nothing really happens...
    Boaz
  • In reply to Boaz Menis:

    Yes, I see you have many posts in mmWave. 

    Please provide a screen capture of the Thread Create Form as you are ready to click Post.

    ~Leonard

  • In reply to LeonardEllis:

  • In reply to Boaz Menis:

    Hi Boaz,

    Try removing the code in the Desc box . .  I recall that there were some additional checks on content made recently, and some code postings are not accepted.  Just a guess on my part, but let's see - you can post the code in a .txt document.

  • In reply to LeonardEllis:

    Hi Leonard,
    This is not a code, it is configuration parameters of
    the sensor, and it is very common in this forum to post the configurations.
    In this way the application engineers can easily debug our problems.
    Second, I have tried to attach these parameters in a text file and it doesn't work either.
    Regards,
    Boaz
  • In reply to Boaz Menis:

    Hi Leonard,
    This is the question I'm trying to post in the "mmWave sensors Forum".
    Can you please try to forward this post for me?
    %-------------------------------
    %-------------------------------

    Hi,
    I am trying to work with a finer doppler resolution than the default
    configuration attached to the people counting lab ("mmw_pplcount_demo_default.cfg"),
    in order to still detect people at rest, in the cost of decreasing the max velocity parameter.
    I am trying to work with the following configuration, but it won't work.

    dfeDataOutputMode 1
    channelCfg 15 3 0
    adcCfg 2 1
    adcbufCfg 0 0 1 0
    profileCfg 0 77 370 7 20 0 0 100 1 64 5333 0 0 30
    chirpCfg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
    chirpCfg 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
    frameCfg 0 1 32 0 50 1 0
    lowPower 0 1
    guiMonitor 1 1 0 0
    cfarCfg 6 4 4 0 0 16 16 4 4 50 62 0
    doaCfg 600 1875 30 1
    SceneryParam -6 6 0.05 4
    GatingParam 4 3 2 0
    StateParam 10 5 10 100 5
    AllocationParam 250 0.01 5 1 2
    VariationParam 0.289 0.289 1.0
    trackingCfg 1 2 250 20 200 50 90
    sensorStart

    This config still define 6.4[m] max range.
    do you know what may be the problem?
    do you have a working configuration with fine doppler resolution for the people counting?

    Thanks,
    Boaz
  • In reply to Boaz Menis:

    Hi Boaz, 

     I posted this and then saw you successfully posted it as well:  https://e2e.ti.com/support/sensor/mmwave_sensors/f/1023/t/688883  , so I deleted my thread.  The other suggestion I was going to ask you to do is to clear the browser cache and saved pages.  If your browser was trying to access an older stored page, this error may have occurred. 

    Glad to see you got it working.

    ~Leonard   

  • In reply to LeonardEllis:

    I have had the same problem when posting a reply in Compiler and DSP forums. No code in try and a code snippet another try. I have tried the quick reply text window and the rich text window. When I press "Reply", it just sits there with a spinning busy indicator. I am using Firefox and I have cleared the cache, history, etc. Of course if this post works here, I have proven it works. If it doesn't , I can't post about. Ironic.
  • In reply to Norman Wong:

    Norman, is this happening today? Or did this happen sometime ago? We have tweaked some firewall rules to allow code to be posted, however, we may not have covered every possibility. If this is still happening now, can you provide me the code snippet you're trying to post?

    Bill Traynor
    E2E SysAdmin/DevOps

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