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AWR1642BOOST: TIDEP-0090 Build demo

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Part Number: AWR1642BOOST

I have followed the steps in the TIDEP-0090 - Traffic Monitoring Object Detection and Tracking Reference Design Software Getting Started Guide and have run into an issue on slide 10 building the executables for MSS - xwr16xx_mmw_demo_mss.xer4f and DSS - xwr16xx_mmw_demo_dss.xe674. When i navigate to the install path and attempt to gmake all I get the following errors:

I am kind of stuck here so any feedback or guidance would help tremendously.

Thanks 

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  • Hello,

    Seems like you are trying to compile the this TI-Design with SDK 01_01_XX_XX.

    We are in the process of updating our TI-Designs to work with this version of SDK.

    In order to compile the current TI-Design (Traffic Monitoring Object Detection and Tracking Using mmWave Demo Software (Rev. A))    please use it with older version of SDK MMWAVE_SDK v01.00.00.05

    However in order to try the existing TI-Desing we have image files provided in the installation dir:

    Typically at : ~/tidcdg5a/mmwave_demo_dev\radarDemo\chains\RadarReceiverEDMA_mmwSDK\mmw_TMDemo

    Thank you,

    Vaibhav

  • In reply to Vaibhav Mahimkar:

    Using the old SDK firmware we were able to build the MSS Millimeter Wave Out & Bin formats but then came up with a dss linker error about the program not fitting into available memory.  We changed the L1p_CACHE_SIZE from (16*1024) to (4*1024) like the Traffic Monitoring Object Detection and Tracking Reference Design tells us too. The error we get is shown below.

    Jeff

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