When Memory Address Bits are Out of Order (a.k.a. Address Bit-Twizzling)

Memory address decoding is done by hardware while the software engineer relies on a specification to understand the memory map for a CPU. Similarly, Seamless must also rely on user input to understand how CPU addresses are mapped into physical memory devices. This application note describes a mechanism that is available to inform Seamless about complex address bit ordering.

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