leadless chip carrier


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leadless chip carrier

A chip package that uses flat metal pads that make contact with the socket or circuit board. Contrast with leaded chip carrier. See CLCC.
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- Available in two versions: - CB610L for LTE Cat 6 - CB410L for LTE Cat 4 - All-in-one standalone module solutions - Easy integration into IoT, M2M, and broadband devices - 3GPP Release 10 - Small LCC (leadless chip carrier) package, 32 x 29 mm - Supports CBRS networks in USA on LTE band 48, and MNO networks worldwide on LTE bands 42/43 - Includes drivers for all major host operating systems - Includes comprehensive set of interfaces
This packaging option is available in a wide variety of ceramics, among them ceramic ball grid array (CBGA), ceramic dual-inline package (CDIP), and leadless chip carrier (LCC).
The device is supplied in a surface-mount leadless chip carrier compatible with high volume SMT processing and includes an on-chip temperature-compensated output power detector and excellent input/output return loss.