What is the flash memory emulation in RAM?
The flash memory emulation in RAM is to emulate the flash memory by overlapping part of its blocks with RAM. If the overlapped area of the flash memory is accessed when executing the application program, the counterpart of the on-chip RAM can automatically be accessed. It is useful, when data is frequently re-written in real time such as adjusting parameters. In addition, it can make rewriting to the flash memory less frequently.
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