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    XMC4200 pin select tool doesn't affect ADC values read by Radar GUI (Distance2GO)

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    I've changed IFI and IFQ to high gain going into ADC. However, when I load Radar GUI go into Time Domain ADC values, I still see old, low gain values. Is it because Radar GUI is hardcoded? Is it recommended to import data into Matlab and do FFT myself?

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    Hi unnabi,

    Do you still have issue with this? or was you able to solve it? The RadarGUI is only showing the values that are sample from ADC PIN. But the sampling depends on the actual FW and the sampling trigger. The time domain view is NOT like a simple scope view.
    If you describe a bit more what kind of issues you see and what you like to archive, it might to be easier to help you.
    According your question to do FFT yourself, depends also on the task you want to archive.

    I hope that helps
    Best Regards
    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Kiessling View Post
    Hi unnabi,

    Do you still have issue with this? or was you able to solve it? The RadarGUI is only showing the values that are sample from ADC PIN. But the sampling depends on the actual FW and the sampling trigger. The time domain view is NOT like a simple scope view.
    If you describe a bit more what kind of issues you see and what you like to archive, it might to be easier to help you.
    According your question to do FFT yourself, depends also on the task you want to archive.

    I hope that helps
    Best Regards
    Michael
    Infineon helped me with this problem. I changed pins as before, but instead of running debugger, I compiled a project and flashed a binary. Now, device reads correct pins and Radar GUI shows high gain values.
    Last edited by unnabi; Dec 12th, 2018 at 03:41 PM.

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