Use your forum account to login.

LOGIN

TOP Contributors

  1. MikroElektronika Team (778 codes)
  2. Shawon Shahryiar (263 codes)
  3. Alcides Ramos Zambrano (172 codes)
  4. S P (67 codes)
  5. Dany (66 codes)
  6. MikroBUS.NET Team (35 codes)
  7. NART SCHINACKOW (34 codes)
  8. Armstrong Subero (27 codes)
  9. Roman Toropov (26 codes)
  10. FOURNET Olivier (25 codes)

Most Downloaded

  1. Timer Calculator (96896 times)
  2. FAT32 Library (51075 times)
  3. Network Ethernet Library (45503 times)
  4. USB Device Library (35602 times)
  5. Network WiFi Library (32617 times)
  6. FT800 Library (28641 times)
  7. GSM click (22015 times)
  8. PID Library (21794 times)
  9. microSD click (18237 times)
  10. GSM 2 click (15090 times)
Libstock prefers package manager

Package Manager

We strongly encourage users to use Package manager for sharing their code on Libstock website, because it boosts your efficiency and leaves the end user with no room for error. [more info]

< Back
mikroSDK Library

Microwave click

Rating:

5

Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2019-04-25

Category: Motion

Downloaded: 1877 times

Not followed.

License: MIT license  

Microwave click detects movement, thanks to the PD-V11 a 24GHz microwave motion sensor. The typical use for Microwave click is a proximity detector in various applications and devices.

No Abuse Reported

Do you want to subscribe in order to receive notifications regarding "Microwave click" changes.

Do you want to unsubscribe in order to stop receiving notifications regarding "Microwave click" changes.

Do you want to report abuse regarding "Microwave click".

  • Information
  • Comments (0)
DOWNLOAD LINK RELATED COMPILER CONTAINS
mikroBasic PRO for ARM
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroBasic PRO for AVR
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroBasic PRO for dsPIC30/33 & PIC24
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroBasic PRO for FT90x
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroBasic PRO for PIC
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroBasic PRO for PIC32
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroC PRO for ARM
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroC PRO for AVR
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroC PRO for dsPIC30/33 & PIC24
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroC PRO for FT90x
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroC PRO for PIC
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroC PRO for PIC32
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroPascal PRO for ARM
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroPascal PRO for AVR
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroPascal PRO for dsPIC30/33 & PIC24
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroPascal PRO for FT90x
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroPascal PRO for PIC
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
mikroPascal PRO for PIC32
  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc

mikroSDK Library Blog

Microwave click

Microwave click

Native view of the Microwave click board.

View full image
Microwave click

Microwave click

Front and back view of the Microwave click board.

View full image

Library Description

The library covers all the necessary functions to control Microwave click board. Microwave click communicates with the target board via analog ( AN ) pin. This library contains drivers to reading ADC value of PD-V11 a 24GHz microwave motion sensor on Microwave click board.

Key functions:

  • void  microwave_gpioDriverInit (T_MICROWAVE_P gpioObj) - Function initializes GPIO driver for the desired MIKROBUS1.

Examples description

The application is composed of three sections:

  • System Initialization - Initializes GPIO and LOG structures, sets AN pin as input and starts write log.
  • Application Initialization -  Initialization driver enables GPIO, initialization ADC, gets initial value and also write log.
  • Application Task - (code snippet) This is an example which demonstrates the use of Microwave click board. Microwave click reads ADC value, take the exact amount of samples, calculation of the difference between taken samples and reference ADC value reports movement if the difference is greater than the threshold value. Results are being sent to the Usart Terminal where you can track their changes. All data logs on USB uart change for every 1 sec.
void applicationTask() 
{
    cnt  = 0;
    single   = 0;
    sampler  = 0;
    sum      = 0;
    detector = 0;
    
    for (  sampler = 0; sampler < _MICROWAVE_SAMPLES_COUNT_100; sampler++ )
    {
        single = microwave_readADC();

        if ( single < reference )
        {
            sum += single;
            cnt++;
        }
    }

    if ( cnt )
    {
        detector = sum / cnt;

        if ( ( detector + _MICROWAVE_THRESHOLD_50 ) < reference )
        {
            WordToStr( detector, logText );
            mikrobus_logWrite( " Detected Move : ", _LOG_TEXT );
            mikrobus_logWrite( logText, _LOG_LINE );
            Delay_10ms();
        }
    }
}       

Additional Functions :

  • void microwave_adcInit() - Function ADC initialization.
  • uint32_t microwave_readADC() - Function read ADC value.

Other mikroE Libraries used in the example:

  • ADC
  • UART​
  • Conversion

Additional notes and informations

Depending on the development board you are using, you may need USB UART clickUSB UART 2 click or RS232 click to connect to your PC, for development systems with no UART to USB interface available on the board. The terminal available in all MikroElektronika compilers, or any other terminal application of your choice, can be used to read the message

ALSO FROM THIS AUTHOR

HTU21D click

5

This example demonstrates reading from HTU21D click sensor. Temperature and humidity values are sent via UART. Use UART Terminal tool to view results.

[Learn More]

HDC1000 and G2C click demo

0

Demo application on Clicker 2 for STM32 with HDC1000 and G2C click boards.

[Learn More]

WIFI 7 click

1

WiFi 7 click carries the ATWINC1510-MR210PB IEEE 802.11 b/g/n module, specifically optimized for low-power IoT applications. The click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply. It communicates with the target microcontroller over SPI interface.

[Learn More]