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Part Number: IWR1642
Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler
I'm following the steps in ' mmwave_demo_dev/radarDemo/RadarReceiverEDMA_mmwSDK_mmw_TMDme/BuildInstructions/tmdemo_gsg.pdf ' to run and build the TIDEP-0090 demo but I have problems creating the CCS project.
In slide 24 is stated:
To create a CCS project for debugging and cross-referencing code and definition, create a empty CCS project with device variant set to "Generic C674x Device", then right click on the project->new->folder->advanced, choose "linked to alternate location" and add both MMW_SDK folder, and mmwave_demo_dev folder.
I followed these steps, created an empty C674x project, then added demo folder and SDK as linked location, but I ended up with an empty project with linked only the SDK 188.8.131.52 folder and not the Traffic Monitoring demo src.
What am I doing wrong? Can you explain how to create/import the CCS project for traffic monitoring demo on IWR1642?
Another question, this demo is based on SDK 1.0 but now SDK 1.1 is available, will the demo be updated with the new sdk?
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