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socketedTemporarily attached. For example, a socketed chip plugs into a receptacle and can be pulled out and replaced with relative ease in contrast to a soldered chip.
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Ironwood Electronics' seven high performance ZIF Sockets--SG-MLF-7002 to SG-MLF-7009 allow MLF/QFN devices to be socketed
and handle signal bandwidth to 10 GHz.
Ironwood Electronics' solderless SG-BGA-6080 Socket allows 30W BGA ICs to be socketed
and operate without compromising performance in high speed communication or computing applications.
Ironwood's high performance sockets allow 0.5 mm pitch MLF ICs to be socketed
and to operate without compromising performance in very high speed communication or computing applications.