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    Questions regarding Matlab and Radar GUI for Position2GO

    Hello Infineon Community,

    I have 3 queries namely:

    1. Using the Matlab interface provided, I managed to capture the speed graph of my target as shown below. Is there any way to show the Fastest Speed, Slowest Speed, Average Speed of this graph? Any Matlab Code/Function that I can use for this?
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    2. Also, is there any way I can get the graph to display as a function of time instead of frames? From my understanding, my frames interval is left default at 150ms, does this means that there are 6.66 frames per second?

    3. Is there any way for me to capture the time and coordinates (distance, degree)? The reason is that I would like to measure the distance my target travelled, so that I can find out the average speed of my target. Alternatively, is there any way I can measure the distance travelled and the average speed of my target?

    Any pointers will be much appreciated. Thank you!
    Last edited by ZiqZac; Jan 30th, 2021 at 08:10 AM.

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