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    smd package types

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    Can you tell me differences between SS and SO packages?
    What other package types exist and why do we use them?
    What are the standard names for these packages?

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    smd package

    you should see IPC 7351 land pattern calculator..it will solve all your queries


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    smd packages

    Well to say it out loudly "Size does matter".


    have a look at the attached document.


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    smd packages types

    Quote Originally Posted by senilicus
    have a look at the attached document.
    The document explains most of the things. But it doesn't give the meaning for the abbreviations. How can I learn them?



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    types of smd packages

    Well, here are some;

    BGA: Ball Grid Array
    BQFP: Bumpered Quad Flat Pack
    CBGA: Ceramic Ball Grid Array
    CFP: Ceramic Flat Pack
    CPGA: Ceramic Pin Grid Array
    CQFP: Ceramic Quad Flat Pack
    CLCC: Ceramic Lead-Less Chip Carrier
    DLCC: Dual Lead-Less Chip Carrier (Ceramic)
    FBGA: Fine-pitch Ball Grid Array
    fpBGA: Fine Pitch Ball Grid Array
    JLCC: J-Leaded Chip Carrier (Ceramic) J-Lead Picture
    LCC: Leaded Chip Carrier [also Leadless] LCC Graphic
    LCCC: Leaded Ceramic Chip Carrier;
    LFBGA: Low-Profile, Fine-Pitch Ball Grid Array
    LGA: Land Grid Array [Pins are on the Motherboard, not the socket]
    MLCC: Micro Leadframe Chip Carrier
    PBGA: Plastic Ball Grid Array
    PLCC: Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier
    PQFD: Plastic Quad Flat Pack
    PQFP: Plastic Quad Flat Pack
    PSOP: Plastic Small-Outline Package
    QFP: Quad Flatpack
    QSOP: Quarter Size Outline Package
    SOIC: Small Outline IC
    SOJ: Small-Outline Package [J-Lead]
    SSOP: Shrink Small-Outline Package
    TQFP: Thin Quad Flat Pack
    TSOP: Thin Small-Outline Package
    TSSOP: Thin Shrink Small-Outline Package
    TVSOP: Thin Very Small-Outline Package
    VQFB: Very-thin Quad Flat Pack
    COB: Chip On Board



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