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LDF editing

Question asked by ajith88 on Apr 19, 2012
Latest reply on Apr 19, 2012 by Harshit.Gaharwar

Hello,

 

Please let me know if there are any errors  in below LDF memory section.

 

  // -------------------------- BLOCK 0 ----------------------------------------

  seg_rth      { TYPE(PM RAM) START(0x0008c000) END(0x0008c0ff) WIDTH(48) }  //12 Kbit

  seg_init     { TYPE(PM RAM) START(0x0008c100) END(0x00093d54) WIDTH(48) }  //1491.9 Kbit

  seg_int_code { TYPE(SW RAM) START(0x0013B800) END(0x0013Bfff) WIDTH(16) }  //32 Kbit

 

  // -------------------------- BLOCK 1 ----------------------------------------

  seg_dmda { TYPE(DM RAM) START(0x000b2000) END(0x000bafff) WIDTH(32) }   //1152 kbit

  seg_stak { TYPE(DM RAM) START(0x000bb000) END(0x000bdfff) WIDTH(32) }   //384Kbit

 

 

  // -------------------------- BLOCK 2 ----------------------------------------

  seg_pmco1 { TYPE(PM RAM) START(0x000C0000) END(0x000C3FFF) WIDTH(48) } //756 Kbit

  seg_pmda { TYPE(PM RAM) START(0x000C6000) END(0x000C7fff) WIDTH(32) }  // 256 Kbit 

 

  // ------------------------- BLOCK 3 -----------------------------------------

  seg_pmco2 { TYPE(PM RAM) START(0x000e0000) END(0x000E3FFF) WIDTH(48) } //756 Kbit 

  seg_heap { TYPE(DM RAM) START(0x000e6000) END(0x000E7FFF) WIDTH(32) }  //256 Kbit

 

 

  // ------------------------- SDRAM 16 MByte ------------------------------------

  seg_ext_nwco { TYPE(PM RAM) START(0x00220000) END(0x0043FFFF) WIDTH(16) }

  seg_ext_dmda { TYPE(DM RAM) START(0x00720000) END(0x009FFFFF) WIDTH(16) }

 

Thanks & Regards,

Ajith

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