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The memory layout for the CYW20719 is shown in Figure 1.
2 Mbytes of ROM hosts the core firmware and various stack layers. The inclusion of core firmware, stack layers, and various libraries in the onboard ROM allow for most of the flash and RAM to be used for data and application code.
512 Kbytes of RAM provide data storage and the ability to execute patch and application code.
OCF (On Chip Flash)
1 Mbyte of flash provides storage for configuration data and application code. The OCF supports direct execution of application code.
AON (Always ON) Memory:
Stores Bluetooth states and connection related parameters when the device goes into its lowest power state.
Figure 1: Memory Layout of CYW20719
Typical Resource Utilization:
The RAM requirement for application code space varies depending on the application use case and the profiles in use. For example, if the required profile stack is already part of ROM, then WICED uses it from ROM automatically.
The following table provides an approximate ballpark guidance on the available memory with a few of sample applications provided in WICED Studio.
(Freetronic 128x128 OLED Module)
Table 1: Typical RAM Utilization by various applications
Note: Typical MIPS utilization with the Headset sample application is 50% @48MHz.