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I'm writing to consult whether BOOSTXL-TUSS4470 can support the application of shaping the surface of a reflector (e.g. human hand).
For the setting of the test, I'll put the reflector in front of the transducer, at the distance of about 30cm - 50cm. Pulse emitted from the transducer will be reflected back, by the surface of the reflector. Because the different points on the surface introduce different airtime delay (though could be as slight as millimeter level), it's possible to re-construct the shape of the reflector by looking at the multiple reflected pulse.
To support this application, I think the device should be able to satisfy the following requirement:
1) short signal duration (less than 3us to separate the slight difference between the delayed reflected paths)
2) wide enough beamwidth (beamwidth limites the coverage at certain distance. Can this device cover the diameter of ~30cm at the distance of 30cm to 50cm?)
2) concurrent Tx and Rx.
Appreciate any response!