packaging density

packaging density

[′pak·ə·jiŋ ‚den·səd·ē]
(electronics)
The number of components per unit volume in a working system or subsystem.
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Our radio frequency (RF) microelectronic solutions boast industry leading phase noise performance and high packaging density.
To help maximize packaging density, Schaefer's packaging specialists conduct cube calculations and analysis.
Mezzanine connector designs allow engineers to use the space above a daughtercard by stacking boards, increasing the packaging density of a device.
As packaging density increases, the potential for more reliable end-products increases, with bonuses for economic and environmental benefits.
A key challenge facing design engineers of medical imaging systems is finding a compromise between increasing data rates, shielding from EMI and packaging density in the so-called 'donut', the gantry where the emitter/detector arrays are housed.
Not only does the thermal dissipation technology dictate the chip junction temperature and subsequently its performance, the thermal technology's size and cost will limit packaging density, size, cost and performance of SiP-based products.
The FFC cables are extremely flexible and designed to be thin and narrow for smaller footprints and higher packaging density compared to round wire construction.
In recent years, the issue of electromagnetic noise in electronic equipment has become more serious due to an increase in the operation speed of electronic equipment and packaging density of electronic devices.
To miniaturize the camera without reducing optical performance, Sanyo developed a zoom lens with high refraction glass and utilized high packaging density technology along with a high precision design.
100" grid-spaced terminals make it suitable for extreme packaging density and close PC board spacing.
To achieve the desired packaging density, the products have to be placed into the cartons in a specific pattern.
Packaging density is increased up to three times traditional FR-4 designs.
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