Following the said launch, please be informed that these XENSIV™ Radar 24GHz demo kits are therefore discontinued: Sense2Go, Sense2GoL, Distance2Go and Position2Go.
We are transferring our support capabilities towards the new kits. For the discontinued kits, we will reduce and eventually stop our support including telephone, chat, community support forum, or e-mail inquiries. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Please find all needed information on all our 24GHz radar products and kits on www.infineon.com/24ghz.
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recently, i bought one device of BGT60TR13C.
i prefer do some breathing & heart rate research by using this mmwave device. does this device can provice some guide or method for the related feature.Show Less
I am trying to develop a firmware which can send target information such as distance, speed and angle to USB using VCP. However, I still do not understand how I can do that using the application note provided.
How does the packet transfer occur in the default firmware ? Is it only when host GUI sends some request to the board ? How can I see these packets using an emulator ?
I would also like to know if it is possible to develop a simple application which can continuously send the target information.
Kindly provide me some information regarding this. If you do have any internal code maintained as example references for such simple applications, please do share it with me.
On a sidenote, I tried to debug the application by adding XMC_DEBUG prints in DAVE IDE based on a forum post I had found, but it did not work. Kindly let me know how to resolve that as well.
I need the precision of the local oscillator on the BGT60TR13C radar shield. Knowing the precision of the external 80 MHz quartz (+-50ppm), can I find the precision of the local oscillator on the radar?
Thank in advance,
Hi, everyone, Now I'm trying to simulate BGT60TR13C using EM simulator. For this, complex antenna radiation pattern is necessary , but only amplitude information is provided from data sheet. So can Infineon provide me complex antenna radiation pattern data of BGT60TR13C? If it's not possible, can I get layer information of BGT60TR13C, including layer thickness/dielectric constant/dielectric loss for each layer ?
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For a inline measurement system, I need to measure the position of a target on the line (measured from the side of the line).
The distance from the sensor to the target is between 50 to 400 mm, depending of the product that is running.
The target surface to the sensor will be minimal 20 x 40 mm.
I need to do at least 100 measurements per second.
Does anyone how to realize this?
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I’ve been looking at the documentation surrounding the BGT24LTR11 for use as a doppler speed sensor.
in the product application literature it says “suitable for speeds up to 100km/h”. In the datasheet I can’t find a specification for max speed or even IQ bandwidth which I guess is the limiting factor.
If the Doppler formula in the application note is used and the Tx is as low as possible (24.05GHz) and shifted Rx as high as possible (24.25GHz) then it would represent ~1.5 million m/s (assuming I could sample high enough).
I understand that the dev kit might have a lower limit due to baseband filtering and DSP/ADC sampling speed, but not the chip itself.
Is there a limit in the spec that I’m missing or not understanding?
Please let me know the theoretical angular resolution of the BGT60TR13C?
I think that it is depended on the distance between the Rx ANT. Is it correct?
In the block diagram, 3.3V from the MCU's PWM1 or LDO is always applied to VCC_PTAT.
At this time, about 1.5mA is flowing in VCC_PTAT.
End User is trying to shorten the time that this 1.5mA is flowing as much as possible.
How many seconds does it take to apply VCC to the IC using SW (FET) after outputting 3.3V from the MCU (that is, after voltage is applied to VCC_PTAT)?
To summarize the question
PWM1 3.3VOUT (= VCC_PTAT ON)
↓ They want to know how many seconds it takes
Switch ON (= VCC ON)
TX_ON (= radio radiation)
I have a questions description below
I follow Infineon-D2G_Application_Note_AN543_v1.5-ApplicationNotes-v01_05-EN.pdf TX path simulation
the slides in the annex pleases reviewed my sildes questions and give me your suggests
I have a hypothetical situation: there are two objects in the same state (range & velocity), but they are different in angle. Configuration of 60GHz radar sensor (bgt60tr13c) with two receivers (Azimuth), by using capon algorithm, can we distinguish them?