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aliejaz
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Hi, we are using position2go kit for collision avoidance for drones. I want to know which computer would be compatible with the kit because we have to do a lot of processing in the form of FFT etc . 

Some of the options that we have come up with are Pi4 and Jetson Nano.

Any help would be very kind.

Thanks

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Deepa_V
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Hi @aliejaz ,

You can very well use the XMC4700 itself for your processing as it's a 32-bit ARM® Cortex™-M4 based microcontroller and it's already doing most of the signal processing for the Radar BGT24MTR12. You'll just have to modify the DAVE project according to your requirement. 

Please do also note that the support for Position2Go is limited from our end. Please refer : https://community.infineon.com/t5/Radar-sensor/Discontinued-Products-XENSIV-Radar-mmWave-24GHz-DEMO-... .

You can always go with one of our newer boards according to your application : Distance2GoL or Sense2GoL Pulse for continued support.

Best regards,

Deepa

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Deepa_V
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50 likes received 250 replies posted 5 likes given

Hi @aliejaz ,

You can very well use the XMC4700 itself for your processing as it's a 32-bit ARM® Cortex™-M4 based microcontroller and it's already doing most of the signal processing for the Radar BGT24MTR12. You'll just have to modify the DAVE project according to your requirement. 

Please do also note that the support for Position2Go is limited from our end. Please refer : https://community.infineon.com/t5/Radar-sensor/Discontinued-Products-XENSIV-Radar-mmWave-24GHz-DEMO-... .

You can always go with one of our newer boards according to your application : Distance2GoL or Sense2GoL Pulse for continued support.

Best regards,

Deepa

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