Industrial mmWave radar sensors – Design & development
mmWave carrier platform enables flexible development on IWR devices with various antenna configurations. Full debug, emulation, and prototyping is enabled directly through mmWave SDK and tools. Starter bundle includes standard antenna with 120° x 30° field-of-view.
IWR6843ISK-ODS is an easy-to-use mmWave sensor evaluation kit with a short-range antenna with wide field of view (FoV) enabling direct connectivity to the mmWave sensors carrier card platform (MMWAVEICBOOST).
Antenna-on-Package plug-in modules enables rapid prototyping on IWR6843 with integrated antenna. It is fully compatible with mmWave carrier platform, mmWave SDK and all tools.
mmWave carrier platform enables a single developments platform for different devices and antenna configurations through antenna plug-in modules.
The IWR1843 BoosterPack™ plug-in module is an easy-to-use evaluation board for the single-chip IWR1843 mmWave sensing device, with direct connectivity to the TI MCU LaunchPad™ development-kit ecosystem.
Evaluation board for the single-chip IWR1443 mmWave sensor, with direct connectivity to the TI MCU LaunchPad™ ecosystem. The evaluation board contains everything needed to start developing on a low-power ARM®-R4F controller.
Rapidly prototype customized application directly on the EVM with easy-to-use Software Development Kit (SDK). mmWaveSDK is a robust platform that includes TI RTOS with full peripheral drivers, APIs to configure the sensor, and libraries for the FFT HW accelerator and the DSP.
mmWave Studio is a collection of web-based tools to enhance the evaluation of mmWave sensors. These easy-to-use tools provide capability to evaluate and prototype chirp designs and experiment with out-of-the-box demo.
Industrial mmWave Toolbox is a collection of reference software labs, experiment data and chirp designs to accelerate development and rapid prototyping. Each package provides source code, test methodology and instruction to replicate results.
mmWave Sensing Estimator is the first step to designing a mmWave sensor-based system. This tool calculates chirp configuration of the RF front end based on simple system parameters such as maximum/minimum range, frame rate and maximum/minimum velocity.
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