uses SDRAM as global memory. By default, the compiler configures global memory in a burst-interleaved configuration. The
interleaves global memory across each of the external memory banks.
In most circumstances, the default burst-interleaved configuration leads to the best load balancing between memory banks. However, in some cases, you might want to partition the banks manually as two non-interleaved (and contiguous) memory regions to achieve better load balancing.
The following figure illustrates the difference in memory mapping patterns between burst-interleaved and non-interleaved memory partitions: