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BGA

Abbreviation for:
Bermuda grass allergen
blood-gas analysis
blood-group antigen
brilliant green agar
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Copies of the Low Voltage Surface Mount TMOS Power MOSFET kit can be obtained, at no cost, by simply requesting KITLVTMOS/D via any of the methods listed below.
Quad is dedicated to the design, manufacture, marketing and support of high accuracy surface mount assembly equipment used in the manufacture of printed circuit boards in low to medium volume production environments.
While the surface mount version of the product is being launched as a RoHS compliant(1) offering, 3M continues to offer the 3M low-profile header solder tail 2500 series products with tin lead plating for its customers with legislative exemptions.
However, with their unique designs, ADC's CopperTen 6-port surface mount box and 4-port staggered single gang faceplate counters the negative effects of excessive insertion loss and alien crosstalk that are critical for ensuring 10-gigabit Ethernet performance.
Veritek Manufacturing Services, LLC is a contract manufacturer of customer designed electronic products, including the assembly of surface mount interconnect printed circuit boards, and the production and sale of completely assembled and tested electronic products.
SMT manufacturers that are inactive with their strategies for lead-free implementation will lose market share," says Keith Robinson, Industry Manager for Frost & Sullivan's Surface Mount Technology group.
Among the over 14 full series of devices listed are non-isolated surface mount and vertical mount boost converters, overmolded surface mount modules, and compact surface mount parts.
DCI) today announced a new surface mount BGA test socket for use with high speed SERDES applications beyond 10Gb/s and another test socket for CSP and QFN devices.
The manufacturers that have a clear-cut understanding of the changing environment will become the market leaders in the SMT industry," says Keith Robinson, Industry Manager for Frost & Sullivan's Surface Mount Technology group.

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