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    New Member New Member purestarman is on a distinguished road
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    Distane2Go Question


    I study the Distance2Go kit.


    There are many parts that I do not understand since I used the xmc4200 chip and dave tool for the first time.

    I am currently watching FMCW PROJECT.

    I am looking at the source based on the MAIN() Function.

    This is what I have understood so far.

    1. The process_run() function seems to play a role to display in the Radar GUI.

    2. The usb processing part of the process_run() function is processed according to the usb communication structure.

    3. It seems to process data received by RF with DMA_Event_Handler.

    Is the content I understand so far correct?

    And I need a little more detailed explanation of process_run function and DMA_Event_Handler.

    Help. please

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    Hello purestarman,

    Please find below explanations to your questions:

    1. Within the D2G firmware project, the Host Communication library contains the USB interface on host communication protocol drivers.
    protocol_run() function enables mainly the D2G board (XMC device) to communicate with the Radar GUI PC application via USB CDC device
    class defining a number of Radar USB Endpoints for data acquisition. The protocol processes received data in this function and dispatches messages to the endpoints. Further information can be found on Protocol.h under \HostCommunication\include\ folder.

    2. Within the ComLib protocol all data is sent/received through the communication stream interface, for more details please refer to the Chapter 4.1 of this User Manual

    3. Within the D2G firmware 2 DMA channels are configured for the Rx complex data samples (Q1, I1).
    When the sampling timer is triggered, the ADC starts sampling data form Rx antenna. Once an ADC sample is ready to be moved to acquisition buffer, DMA transfers are triggered on the VADC result ready event.
    This task is repetitive; it will end once reaching the number of required samples per chirp. At that moment, the DMA will stop the transfer process by raising a transfer complete interrupt.

    Hope that helps.

    Best Regards,
    Last edited by tinymanta; Sep 11th, 2020 at 02:12 AM.

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