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A chip package is what surrounds the integrated circuit die and connects the die's pads to the packages external pins. They are often a chip carriers, or IC packages.



Types of Leads/ContactsEdit

The pieces of metal that electrically connect the IC to a circuit board are called leads.

Ic leads-j-lead
J-Lead
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Ic leads-gull wing
Gull-wing
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Ic leads-c lead
C-Bend
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Ic leads-i lead
I-Lead
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Ic leads-batwing
Bat-wing
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Ic leads-through-hole
DIP Through-Hole
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Ic leads-exposed pad
Exposed Pad
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Ic leads-solder ball
Ball (solder ball)
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Ic leads-Heat-tab
Tab (Heatsink)
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Ic leads-pad
Land pad (Non-leaded/No-lead)
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PGA Pin Column

Common PackagesEdit

  • CPGA: Ceramic pin grid array
  • PDIP: Plastic dual in-line package
  • BGA : Ball grid array
  • SO: Small outline
    • SOIC: Small outline integrated circuit
    • SOT: Small outline transistor
    • SOJ: Small outline J-lead
  • PQFP: Plastic quad flat package
  • PLCC: plastic leaded chip carrier
  • TO: transistor outline

Chip packagesEdit



See all chip package images: Category:Chip package image

Chip Carrier Related AcronymsEdit

  • COL: Chip-on-Lead
  • TEP: Top Exposed Pad
  • EP, EXP: Exposed pad
  • L, LD: Lead
  • SiP: System in Package
  • JEDEC: Joint Electron Device Engineering Council
  • JEITA: Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association
  • SoC: System on Chip
  • ASIC: Application specific Integrated circuit
  • Pb: lead
  • Sn: tin
  • Cu: Copper
  • Au: Gold
  • EIA: Electronic Industries Alliance
  • MCP: Multi-Chip Package
  • EIAJ: Electronic Industries Association of Japan
  • TAB: Tape Automated Bonding

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