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chip carrier

(1) The package that a chip is mounted in. See chip package.

(2) A chip package with connectors on all sides. See leaded chip carrier and leadless chip carrier.


An Old Chip Package
Chips like this old Motorola 6801 microcontroller used to be packaged in a housing with pins that plugged into a circuit board. Today most chips are soldered on top of the board (see QFP and BGA).
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html, where you can learn to make a version of the pinhole "camera" - the site suggests using an empty Pringles potato chip container - that works the same way people used in ancient times to project large images from outside through a small hole onto the inside wall of a darkened room, where it reappeared, although upside down.
IAS recently added several blue chip container shipping lines to the InterBox membership in the Asia Pacific region as part of the InterBox(R) Asia Pacific Pilot Program.
Walk around town or village and you will stumble across pizza boxes, polystyrene chip containers and general litter.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, a David Spencer artwork will be the design of choice for McDonald's hot chip containers, as part of a promotion for the 2014 World Cup for soccer.
El Torito restaurants were also cited for bad hygienic practices, including food exposed to contamination, ice cream scoops stored in dirty water, tortilla chip containers sitting on top of a trash can, soiled wiping cloths, inadequate employee hygiene and restrooms in disrepair.
It was the second time in two weeks they had spotted rats on the path where chip containers and other rubbish are sometimes dropped.
28 kilograms of marijuana into Japan inside six potato chip containers, Narita airport police and customs officials said Tuesday.
If the blinkered anti-carrier bag brigade opened their eyes they would immediately see that the bulk of the garbage that pollutes the road sides around the country consists mainly of discarded PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) bottles, aluminium cans, polystyrene chip containers, pizza cartons and a whole host of snack food wrappers - Not very many plastic carriers.