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The Flexible Direct Memory Access (FDMA) is a general purpose direct memory access controller, capable of supporting 16 independent DMA channels. It can be used to perform block moves while manipulating the data to reduce the load on the host CPU and the hardware block complexity. Moves may be from memory to memory or between memory and paced latency critical real time targets.


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