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Packaging structures utilizing new `pinless' grid array technologies and vacuum well processes to provide enhanced reliability and circuit densities

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An innovative technology that yields greater VLSI/VHSIC packaging densities and reliability while meeting military requirements including solderability and inspectability. The approach is called pinless grid array (PLGA) technology. Its reliability is examined, and its capability for increasing radiation hardness of electronic systems is briefly discussed

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Custom Integrated Circuits Conference, 1989., Proceedings of the IEEE 1989

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15-18 May 1989