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AWR1243BOOST: SoC Cascading advantages
Part Number: AWR1243BOOST
AWR1243 allows beamforming using phase shift (for Tx).
1) 1LSB =5 degrees ( as per the info from TI) -> does it mean the entire phase shift is done in digital domain at baseband ?
AT MIMO, I know the algo is fairly complex to generate digital phase shifts using NCO and they use hybrid beamforming for this. (But at 77 Ghz, it is not expected to do analog domain phase shifter)
Please enlighten on this. What if I need to generate phase shift <5 degrees ?
2) Also is it possible to use APIs for AWR1243Boost because I heard the mmwaveSDK is only for 1443 and not 1243.
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