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Thread: Distance2Go - Change FMCW Direction & Min RF Frequency

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    New Member New Member suraya225 is on a distinguished road
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    Distance2Go - Change FMCW Direction & Min RF Frequency

    Hi,

    I'm very new to D2G. Can anyone help/guide me on
    (1) to change FMCW chirp direction - currently 'up chirp only'. I would like to test on triangular chirp - 'up/down chirp (first up)'
    (2) to change the min RF frequency - so that it will not start at 24.025 GHz (eg. 24.08 GHz).

    Current firmware .hex only allows 'up chirp' direction & min RF frequency already preset.

    Many thanks.

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    Hi,

    please use the DAVE projects included in the Distance2Go package available via our Toolbox as a starting point.
    You can find them in \Distance2Go SW\v2.0.0\Firmware_Software\DAVE project
    You can change the chirp and frequency settings to your needs there.
    The views expressed here are my personal opinions, have not been reviewed or authorized by Infineon and do not necessarily represent the views of Infineon.

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    Hi,

    Please download Infineon Toolbox from https://www.infineon.com/toolbox, then install the Distance2Go Kit, and download the latest released FW (IFX_D2G-HW-SW_V2.0.1)
    Download then DAVE and go through the offred DAVE projects to change chirp, or frequency settings...

    Best Regards,
    Montassar.
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    New Member New Member suraya225 is on a distinguished road
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    Thanks both - dagern & tinymanta

    Manage to find the settings.. ;-)

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