fully populated board

fully populated board

[′fu̇l·ē ¦päp·yə‚lād·əd ′bȯrd]
(computer science)
A printed circuit board on which no room remains to install additional chips or other electronic components that would provide additional capabilities.
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For instance, a third-level assembly would be a digital board with a high-density, extremely populated landscape, or a highly integrated, double-sided, fully populated board with pBGAs, DSPs, LGAs, digital wafer-level packages, and miniatures such as 01005 passives.
JTI offers a service to its customers to optimize the match and placement if the user will provide a fully populated board and exterior housing.
On a fully populated board, all the rules are operating simultaneously in different areas of the board (Figure 4).

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