The AWR1443 device is an integrated single-chip FMCW radar sensor capable of operation in the 76- to 81-GHz band. The device is built with TI’s low-power 45-nm RFCMOS process with an integrated ARM R4F processor and a hardware accelerator for radar data processing, and this solution enables unprecedented levels of integration in an extremely small form factor. AWR1443 is an ideal solution for low-power, self-monitored, ultra-accurate radar systems in the automotive space.
The AWR1443 device is a self-contained FMCW radar sensor single-chip solution that simplifies the implementation of Automotive Radar sensors in the band of 76 to 81 GHz. It enables a monolithic implementation of a 3TX, 4RX system with built-in PLL and A2D converters. Simple programming model changes can enable a wide variety of sensor implementation (Short, Mid, Long) with the possibility of dynamic reconfiguration for implementing a multimode sensor. Additionally, the device is provided as a complete platform solution including reference hardware design, software drivers, sample configurations, API guide, and user documentation.
The requirements for a radar device, in terms of radar data cube memory, processing capacity, and functional safety monitoring, vary for different applications. In this context, the AWR1443 can be viewed as a 77-GHz radar-on-a-chip solution for entry-level radar applications.
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The Omega2 is a simple and affordable development board. It is a Linux computer designed specifically for building connected hardware applications. It combines the tiny form factor and power-efficiency of the Arduino, with the power and flexibilities of the Raspberry Pi.
With the Omega2, we want to lower the barrier of entry, and allow everyone to take the leap into hardware development.
The Omega2 is tiny: We made the Omega2 tiny so that it can easily fit into your class project or company’s product. It is less than 1/4 the size of the Raspberry Pi, and less than 1/3 the size of the Arduino Uno.
The Omega2 is highly integrated: Containing a System-on-a-chip Microprocessor, DDR2 DRAM, Flash Memory, Chip Antenna, and additional components, the Omega2 is amazingly integrated.
The Omega2 has great I/O: There is a wide range of digital inputs and output available on the Omega2 which will allow you to interface to the external world. USB provides you with a wired connection to your computer, power and peripheral devices like Webcams. I2C and SPI allow you to connect to industry standard devices like sensors and actuators. I2S connects to audio devices, Ethernet to wired legacy networks, and General Purpose (GPIO) pins are available for simple or custom designed interfaces.
The Omega2 is modular: The Omega2 module plugs into one of many “dock” boards, which can then be further expanded with a family of additional boards that Onion offers. Shown here is an Omega2 plugged into an Expansion Dock, and then thru the 30 pin header, a 16-channel PWM Servo Motor board, an Ethernet board, and then topped off with the high resolution OLED Display, proudly showing our logo!
The Omega2 is Arduino-compatible: The Omega2 can be easily added to your existing Arduino projects. We have designed an Arduino Dock so that you can make use of your existing Arduino shields.
The Omega2 is connected: The Omega2 is designed for connectivity. It has Wi-Fi built in, and we have built expansions so that you can easily add Bluetooth, Cellular, and GPS to your projects.
The Omega2 is a full linux computer: Don’t be fooled by its size, the Omega2 is a full computer running Linux, the same operating system that powers some of the world’s most mission-critical infrastructure. You can think of the Omega2 as a tiny Linux server with Wi-Fi.
The Omega2 is easy to use: The Omega2 is incredibly easy to get started with and use. It comes pre-loaded with a setup wizard which walks you thru the quick process of connecting to your wifi network, updating to the latest firmware, and connecting to the cloud.
The Omega2 speaks many languages: An important benefit of running Linux is that the Omega2 can be programmed with whatever language you want. Save time by using languages and libraries you are already familiar with.
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