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Harith
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How to send my Radar output data to my Microsoft Power BI ? Currently I am using KIT CSK BGT60TR13C

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Deepa_V
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Hi @Harith ,

Since you already have the CSK board which has the PSoC 6 and additionally, since we have the driver library already provided by infineon for data acquisition : https://github.com/Infineon/sensor-xensiv-bgt60trxx , the data acquisition part is taken care of but the rest you'll have to implement as stated by @wolfchip .

If the application you're thinking about is presence detection, then again you can build upon these example codes : https://github.com/Infineon/mtb-example-wifi-radar-udp-server , https://github.com/Infineon/mtb-example-psoc6-radar-presence , https://github.com/Infineon/mtb-example-wifi-mqtt-radar-presence which would take care of the processing part too. 

Best Regards,

Deepa

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wolfchip
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To send your radar output data from the KIT CSK BGT60TR13C to Microsoft Power BI, you would typically need to follow these general steps:

  1. Data Acquisition: First, you need to acquire the radar data from the BGT60TR13C sensor. This can be done using the Infineon’s XENSIV™ BGT60TR13C radar and ESP32 microcontroller 1. The radar data can be read and processed using the provided libraries and examples 1.

  2. Data Processing: Once you have the radar data, you might need to process it according to your needs. This could involve filtering, aggregation, or other forms of data manipulation.

  3. Data Export: After processing the data, you will need to export it in a format that can be imported into Power BI. This could be a CSV file, a database, or a real-time data stream, depending on your requirements and the capabilities of your system.

  4. Data Import in Power BI: You can then import this data into Power BI. Power BI supports a wide range of data sources, so you should be able to find an appropriate method to import your data.

  5. Data Visualization: Once the data is in Power BI, you can use its tools to create visualizations, reports, and dashboards.

The specifics of these steps will depend on the details of your system and your requirements. You might need to write custom code to read the data from the sensor, process it, and export it in a suitable format. You might also need to configure Power BI to import your data and display it in the way you want.

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Deepa_V
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First comment on KBA 50 likes received 250 replies posted

Hi @Harith ,

Since you already have the CSK board which has the PSoC 6 and additionally, since we have the driver library already provided by infineon for data acquisition : https://github.com/Infineon/sensor-xensiv-bgt60trxx , the data acquisition part is taken care of but the rest you'll have to implement as stated by @wolfchip .

If the application you're thinking about is presence detection, then again you can build upon these example codes : https://github.com/Infineon/mtb-example-wifi-radar-udp-server , https://github.com/Infineon/mtb-example-psoc6-radar-presence , https://github.com/Infineon/mtb-example-wifi-mqtt-radar-presence which would take care of the processing part too. 

Best Regards,

Deepa