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Part Number: IWR1642BOOST
So after getting help from TI, I managed to build Traffic Monitoring Object Detection and Tracking Reference Design and generated a .bin file.
I programmed the IWR1642 chip successfully but Immediately after power-up the hardware fault led goes on and no messages are coming on the serial port.
I also noticed that the .bin file that comes with the demo project also does not run
I have managed to run the demo in the debug configuration only.
The current TIDEP-0090 was meant to be run via CCS load mechanism and so the bin file will have to be recreated.
In order to try out to do so a minor change to makefile would be needed to work with mmWave SDK1.0
I am attaching the modified makefile that should help you create the bin file and for reference I am attaching the bin file created with this makefile.
Please try it out and let us know if you continue to see any issues.
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In reply to Vaibhav Mahimkar:
Thanks will try it out.
In reply to Leslie Guyo:
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