A Practical Guide to Adopting the Universal Verification by Sharon Rosenberg, Kathleen Meade

By Sharon Rosenberg, Kathleen Meade

With either cookbook-style examples and in-depth verification heritage, amateur and specialist verification engineers will locate info to ease their adoption of this rising Accellera commonplace.

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SPACE PLANNING AND INTERFACE 30 9. Special board materials may be required for leadless components to prevent solder joint failure induced by various mechanical stresses. o- 1 Typical Insertion Mount Board Layout -ο -o ο —ο ο Ο— —ο ο- ο- -ο ο— Ο—ο -ο ο—ο I o— "° —Ο Γ~° -ο —ο ΤΙ/ΗΗ/β607-10 Typical Surface Mount Board Layout Fig. 2-1: When utilizing SMT conductor lithog­ raphy will typically have to be improved from 12 mil lines/12 mil spaces to 8 mil lines/8 mil spaces. Standards for SMT Components The selection of a suitable surface mounted equivalent to a comparable leaded device is a critical step which requires more than a casual look through the various component directories and data sheets.

Fig. 2-35 shows the airflowtest setup. TEST DEVICE PART STAND-OFF TEST BOARD PLASTIC PIN SUPPORT - CONNECTION PINS Fig. 2-34: Cross-section of test device soldered to test board. SPACE PLANNING AND INTERFACE 62 SO DEVICES PLCC DEVICES SO Devices PLCC Devices Fig. 2-34: Airflowtest setup. 75 inch) to give a 6 C A (caseto-ambient) approaching zero. 040" diameter sheath, grounded junction type K) mounted flush with heat sink surface and centered below die in the test device. Figure 2-35 shows the6 JC test mounting for a PLCC device.

A small spacer is used between the hold-down mechanism and PLCC bottom pedestal. Small hook up wires and thermal grease are used as with the SO setup. Figure 2-35 shows the PLCC mounting. Data Presentation The data presented here was run at constant power dissipation for each pack­ age type. The power dissipation used is given under Test Conditions for each graph. Higher or lower power dissipation will have a slight effect on thermal resistance. The general trend of thermal resistance decreasing with increasing power is common to all packages.

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