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Part Number: AWR1642
I used RADAR studio and TSW1400 to capture ADC raw data. the data is saved off to C:\ti\mmwave_dfp_00_07_00_04\rf_eval\radarstudio\PostProc\adc_data.bin. What is the format of the .bin file? I used 1 TX 4 RX and 16bit ADC. thanks! -Xinsi Lin
Please check AWR1xxx Data Path Programmer’s Guide for details about packaged data over LVDS lane.
Section 18.104.22.168 Format Mapping in that documents talks about AWR1642 data mapped to LVDS lanes.
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In reply to Vaibhav Mahimkar:
In reply to Vivek Dham:
Yes. Thank you!
In reply to Xinsi lin:
In reply to Zhicheng Hu:
Hello Vivek Dham,
Following your advise, I refer to training.ti.com/mmwave-sensor-raw-data-capture-using-tsw1400-board. In Radar Studio(v22.214.171.124), mmwave-sensor-raw-data-capture-using-tsw1400-board suggest me to select the Application/User UART, Buad rate 115200.
But when I select Buad rate 115200, I can't connect SPI. The "SPI connect" button was stuck.
Then I refer to Radar_Studio_User's_Guide, it suggest me to set the Buad rate to 921600.
When I set the Buad rate to 921600, I can connect SPI successfully.
I'm confused. Because when I do the mmw demo and capture demo, the Buad rate of the Application/User UART is set to 115200.
Why do I connect the SPI successfully in the Radar Studio until I set the Application/User UART to 921600?
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