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Author: oranp | Time: 2021-9-23 16:54:54 | TELE-15|
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Posted on 2021-9-23 16:54:54| All floors |Read mode
I have some questions regarding the Tele-15 :

1.        I receive point cloud with xyz values of (0,0,0) does it means that the ray that intercepted it is empty (empty rays )?
2.        What is the time gap between transmission of rays ?
3.        I want for each point cloud the time that the ray that intercepted him transmitted from the lidar how can I get this information ? For each point cloud a time stamp .
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Posted on 2021-9-24 17:01:55| All floors
1.(0,0,0) does not represent an empty point, it represents an inaccurate point, such as a close point, a long distance point or a noise point
2.Tele-15's UDP data packet has 96 points, the header data represents the timestamp of the first point. Point cloud sampling frequency 240K points/s. If the first point time is X the second point in the tele-15 is x+4.16667E-06. 4.16667E-06 means 4.16ms, which represents the time interval between two points of transmission.
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