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App missing in example file

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S Khan
S Khan on 4 Dec 2019
Commented: Adam Danz on 9 Dec 2019
Hi ,
I am trying to run this example
but there is a file missing in the example.
It uses zynqRadioDOAEstimationApp to display the DoA which is not found in the attached example files.
Where can I find this app ?
Thanks,

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 4 Dec 2019
Perhaps your matlab release is prior to when this example was released.
Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 4 Dec 2019
S Khan's answer moved here as a comment
I am using 2019a

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 4 Dec 2019
Edited: Adam Danz on 5 Dec 2019
The example requires the Phased Array System Toolbox as is explained in the set up section of the example.
A similar (or exactly the same) version of this example is documented in r2019a but not prior to that.
So you need Matlab release >=r2019a and the Phase Array System Toolbox.
You can check your Matlab release number and your list of toolboxes by running
ver()

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 5 Dec 2019
S Khan 's answer moved here as a comment.
Yes I am using 2019a with phased array toolbox 4.1
But the app is missing. Is there any other link or place to find it?
Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 5 Dec 2019
I don't have r2019a open right now but the first thing I would try (if you haven't already) is to follow the instructions in the r2019a documentation rather than the current documentation (r2019b). The link you need is in my answer above and again here: r2019a
Maybe a filename was changed or something like that. If you're still having the same problem, you can make a service request. It would be helpful to follow-up by leaving a comment or answer here in this thread if you find a solution.

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S Khan
S Khan on 6 Dec 2019
I checked the documentation for 2019a it has the same app name. I checked the files in Matlab which are located here C:\ProgramData\MATLAB\SupportPackages\R2019a\toolbox\shared\sdr\sdrz\sdrzdemos
and this app is missing zynqRadioDOAEstimationApp
Still searching to find it.

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S Khan
S Khan on 6 Dec 2019
Made a service request. Unfortunately, they are just elongating things and not addressing the problem at hand.
Can anyone check there installation if they have this app?
Thanks,

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Sercan Egilmezkol
Sercan Egilmezkol on 9 Dec 2019
Hi Sana,
I tried with 2019b. It was working.
When I enter zynqRadioDOAEstimationApp command in MATLAB it starts the app.
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Here are what I did:
(1) Download & install the HSP from the below link.
(2) Enter zynqRadioDOAEstimationApp command in MATLAB.
Please note: As you can see after the above step(1), I didn't run the Setup procedure.
For your study, you should do this Setup step also. (As it was said in the related link.)
Hope this will help you.

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 9 Dec 2019
@ S Khan, note that these steps are described in the set up section of the example which I also expalained in the first sentence of my answer.

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S Khan
S Khan on 9 Dec 2019
Thank you for your reply Sercan.
I have the following add-ons installed already.
addons.PNG
Do I need any other add-on as well?
Or do I need to update to 2019b ?

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 9 Dec 2019
There are lots of benefits to using Matlab's most recent release. I think the first step is to make sure you're meticulously folllowed the r2019a instructions, particularly the setup section. I've provided links to both (the r2019a instructions and the setup).
You can have more than 1 version of matlab on your machine so if you are able to update to 2019b it is certainly worth a try since Sercan Egilmezkol confirmed it's working.

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