DW3_QM33 SDK is now available for download at this link: https://www.qorvo.com/products/d/da008582
The package is mainly released for QM33120WDK1: https://www.qorvo.com/products/p/QM33120WDK1 and it is compliant with FiRa™ PHY/MAC specification
You can find inside the package
Binary and Source code of CLI (Command Line interface) version.
Binary and Source code of UCI (Universal Command Interface) version to be used together with QorvoOne GUI or with Python Scripts provided inside the package.
I require your assistance. I have purchased the Qorvo QM33120WDK1 system, and although I have downloaded the user guide, I am unable to locate the QorvoOne GUI software. Could you please help me with this?
Hi @taha12mo ,
This should be inside the package you can download from the website with the link given above.
You should go to QorvoOne_Gui\Exe, and then select the software you want to use according to your system.
First of all, I want to thank you for your help with my previous issue. However, I am facing another problem now. The system I am using is not stable and is providing inconsistent results. For instance, in the same position, it sometimes gives me a value of 10, while at other times it gives me 0.
Thank you for your continued assistance.
Hi @taha12mo ,
Can you describe more in details your setup ?
What kit you’re using ? Which antennas ? What’s 10 and 0? Is it distance or angle ? Which real distance you’re measuring in this case?
Sorry for the confusion. I am using the QM33120WDK1.1 system, which consists of two parts: the QM33120WEVB with A0A technique and the QM33100WEVB. I have set up the system, installed the required programs on the card, and connected my computer using a USB cable. Then, I opened the Qorvo One software and followed the steps outlined in the user guide. However, I am encountering stability issues with the results. The tag point keeps changing rapidly from one position to another. For example, at time ‘x,’ the tag shows an angle of 10° and a range of 0.3m, but at time ‘x+1,’ the tag shows an angle of -5° and a range of 0.1m.
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