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Integrated Circuit Packaging, Assembly and Interconnections (Springer Series in Advanced Microelectronics)

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The integrated circuit with each new generation has been characterized by increasing functionality. In the 1980’s Very Large Scale Integrated Circuits (VLSIC) began to emerge with transistor counts approaching one million plus per chip! The IC package quickly became more than a “chip carrier”. Now the packaging had to address the electrical, mechanical and thermal requirements of the IC, and had to do so costeffectively. A package costing more than the chip was not an option. In addition, the demands of the marketplace for product that was “smaller, better and cheaper” came into play.

As a result the late ‘80s saw paradigm shifts in IC packages and packaging options. Area array packages, in particular, the Ball Grid Array (BGA) began to emerge that more effectively addressed increasing chip I/O count. Ceramic packaging for high performance circuits (microprocessors digital signal processors) gave way to organic based packages, the plastic BGA (PBGA), offering a more favorable solution to package cost. And the hybrid circuit suddenly became a multichip module!

Over the past 15 years the author has developed and presented professional development courses at various technical symposia as well as on-site at semiconductor, component and equipment manufacturers and materials suppliers facilities. The courses have covered topics that make up the electronic manufacturing arena focusing on packaging and assembly of the integrated circuit.
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