You are correct. mmWave Studio allows to capture raw data to a file and does not allow for real time processing.
Implementing real time processing with AWR1243 is a highly complex task.
A Host would have to be connected to AWR1243 to receive the…
The AWR2243P is a sensor only device that is configured using the mmWave Link API protocol
The RF front end is controlled through the mmWave Link API. These APIs run always on the host. The host communicates with the sensor
Through SPI or I2c for…
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My customer is currently using a AWR2944EVM+DCA1000EVM to capture raw data. Searched on the forum and found that it can use mmWave Studio CLI to collect raw data. https://dev.ti.com…
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It seems that this issue is resolved by re-flashing the FPGA
Which demo are you flashed on the radar EVM for data capture while working with DCA1000 CLI? SDK OOB demo support raw data capture. You can search "3. 3. 2. mmWave demo with LVDS-based instrumentation" inside SDK User guide for details.…
We always suggested to use mmwave studio for raw data capture. But mmwave studio does not work with demo binary and you insist that you want to add capture feature into a demo code. That is why we started this discussion on how you can follow…
You will have to port the mmwave lib to Cortex A9.
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Hi Alan, In terms of building a library yourself, I would recommend you look at the mmWave SDK User's Guide, specifically the section called Building drivers/control/alg components . Please note that this isnt a requirement, you could continue to build…