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Just asking for a footprint isn't going to help you much. There is a lot of different pcb software available that all uses it own internal format. You have to tell the community at least
which software you are using.
Now for my humble opinion;.
Doing pcb design is a 'real' job which requires skills and knowledge about Manufacturing, Testing, PCB design and PCB libraries ( to name a few).
You should be able to build your own footprints. Even If someone can provide you with a footprint in the desired format, how do you know that
that footprint is correct?
i am using altium designer for pcb design.
by printing that footprint and checking it with my module, i will ensure that is it ok or not
yeah you are right , i should built it ,but i always looking for easiest way .
any way thanks for your reply.