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I bought the DEMO BGT60TR13C board and was able to run Radar Fusion GUI with the board successfully and was able to build an SDK from the source and run Presence Sensing App by following the steps for building Visual Studio Solution File (*.snl) using CMAKE on windows 10, 64-bit machine. The visual studio version I am running is the 2017 version.
So far in my understanding, the presence detection.exe built by the visual studio after building the presence sensing app is running the default configuration values for presence detection, as mentioned in the PRESENCE_SENSING_DEFAULTS_H.
Now my confusion starts here, how do I change the default values and apply them to the firmware that is being flashed to the DEMO BGT60TR13C board? after reading RDK it states by changing the values in the file config_presence_detection.json in the ...\RDK-TOOLS-SW\SDK\apps\c\share folder and then using bgt60-configurator-cli.exe to convert the config_presence_detection.json file into register list which needs to be copied and pasted to presence_sensing_defaults.h file?
Am I correct in my understanding? or am I missing something? please help me by explaining step-by-step procedures on how to change the reflect the changed parameters in the config_presence_detection.json file into firmware that is being flashed on the DEMO BGT60TR13C board. Also, how do I verify during the run-time of the Presence Sensing App on the DEMO board what are the segmentation parameters for presence sensing?
I have a question about extracting radar data from my BGT24LTR11 shield and XMC4700 board
What I want to do is visualize "Target Signal Strength" like how it is in the Radar GUI App on a small screen (e.g. raspberry pi screen - Google Search)
Is there a way I can program the XMC4700 board itself to present this data on the screen when I plug it in, or will I have to use another microcontroller with, for example, MATLAB installed to process then present this data on the screen?
Let me know if this is unclear! 🙂
Hi, I noticed somebody else was having difficulty compiling the sketch Radar_pulsed_Doppler_LED on their Demo Radar BBXMC4700 demo board. So on a completely fresh machine installed as per the discussion link https://github.com/Infineon/XMC-for-Arduino/tree/24Ghz-radar Jlink installed, Arduino IDE 1.8.2. XMC version installed 1.60. in the boards menu additonaI libraries set to ARM DSP /ARM NN Framework. Can list all of the errors but here is a snapshot , so predominantly the errors are undefined reference, which I think points to an incorrect path somewhere. I can compile and upload Die Temperature measurement in Device control XMC with no problems and the serial output is fine.
C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\arduino_build_939732\libraries\BGT24LTR11-Pulsed-Doppler-Radar\IFXRadarPulsedDoppler.cpp.o: In function `IFXRadarPulsedDoppler::registerResultCallback(void*)':
C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\Infineon\hardware\arm\1.6.0\libraries\BGT24LTR11-Pulsed-Doppler-Radar\src/IFXRadarPulsedDoppler.cpp:143: undefined reference to `radar_ard_register_result_handler'
C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\arduino_build_939732\libraries\BGT24LTR11-Pulsed-Doppler-Radar\IFXRadarPulsedDoppler.cpp.o: In function `IFXRadarPulsedDoppler::initHW()':
C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\Infineon\hardware\arm\1.6.0\libraries\BGT24LTR11-Pulsed-Doppler-Radar\src/IFXRadarPulsedDoppler.cpp:153: undefined reference to `radar_ard_hw_init'Show Less
Hi every one,
My questions are about the KIT BGT60TR13C EMBEDD( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUuSCDY14nw)
By downloading the config tool on this page, one can raise an alarm if a presence is detected. Also, the config tool returns the range of the detection.
My objective is to get the raw data from the MADC integrated in the BGT60TR13C chip with this KIT BGT60TR13C EMBEDD.
Is it possible ?
I don't know if it is possible because I think that puzzle pieces are missing:
- I have downloaded the modus toolbox and the BSP of this product is available in the project creator under PSoC6 BSPs but there is only an HelloWorld and an empty project, there is no project allowing presence detection.
- The config tool available online allows to reflash the board, but I could not find the bin file firmware anywhere on the web. Does anyone manage to find a firmware for this board and reflash the board with it ?
- Also, I could not find the board schematic. I only know that the MCU is a PSoC6, that the radar chip is the BGT60TR13C and that those two components are linked with SPI communication.
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Regarding the BGT60LTR11AIP Autonomous reference design board and the SPI configured reference Design board,
If there are any documents(Schematics, BOM, Gerber, etc.), please let me know where they are.
There aren't in "BGT60LTR11AIP-DOC-HW-SW_V2.8.1".
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?
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?