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    Matlab function - Distance2Go

    Hi,

    I'm have Distance2go kit and i'm using Matlab interface.
    I'm using this function to get data from the microcontroller:
    oRS.oEPRadarBase.get_frame_data
    From which array the data is retrieved?

    tnx,
    Meni

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    Hi Meni,

    You can Trigger radar chirp, get the raw data using the following Matlab command:
    [mxRawData, sInfo] = oRS.oEPRadarBase.get_frame_data; % get raw data
    Otherwise, please refer to the D2G_Matlab_Radar_System_API.pdf document for Matlab APIs.

    Best Regards,
    Montassar.
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