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thangbm3
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Hi,

I am using BGT60TR13C evaluation boards. I have 4 radars and write a single program in Linux to implement Segmentation Algorithm in each radar sequentially to have 360 degree environment.

When I set up only an obstacle in front of the first radar. The result should appear from only the 1st radar but all 4 radars show the same results.

Is it possible to implement segmentation algorithm in multiple radar as I do? Could anyone explain to me about this problem?

Thank you for your help!

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Pugitha_N
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Hello @thangbm3,

Is there any interference between the fields of view (FOVs) of each radar?

Did you try the segmentation algorithm available in RDK with your set-up?

Best Regards,

Pugitha

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Pugitha_N
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Hello @thangbm3,

Would it be possible for you to provide a detailed overview of your setup, possibly with images? This would help me better understand your configuration and provide more accurate responses.

Best Regards,

Pugitha.

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Hi,
Thank you for your reply.

Here is the detail in my program:
Firstly, I initialize 3 radars with their port names
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There is the code inside the init function:
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The function "m_radar.init()" sets up all configurations before the while
loop.
After that, I call the "run" function to read data from each radar:
[image: image.png]
This is the code inside "getRadarPoints()" function:
[image: image.png]
I set up 3 radars on 3 faces of a cube and the obstacle moves in front of
the first radar.
However, the result of 3 radars are the same:
[image: image.png]
That's all my program

Thank you
Best regards,
Thang
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Pugitha_N
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Hello @thangbm3,

Is there any interference between the fields of view (FOVs) of each radar?

Did you try the segmentation algorithm available in RDK with your set-up?

Best Regards,

Pugitha

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