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burst access across SRAM upper / lower boundary

Question asked by Michael Economides on Apr 1, 2015
Latest reply on Apr 1, 2015 by Norm Davies

The manual for K22 states:


Burst-access cannot occur across the 0x2000_0000 boundary

that separates the two SRAM arrays. The two arrays should be

treated as separate memory ranges for burst accesses.


Can someone give me an example of when "burst access" might occur in an application? 


I want to use the SRAM as one block (disable the two seperate blocks in linker map, and just use one).  Has anyone actually encountered a problem in real life doing this?  And not just in theory.