Analog Devices offers tiny SHARC packages

Analog Devices Inc. of Norwood, Mass., is offering the ADSP-21062 32-bit SHARC floating point digital signal processor in a plastic ball grid array package, which makes the 21062, the industry`s smallest 32-bit DSP, Analog Devices officials say. The new package measures 23 millimeters on a side, which is 57 percent smaller than the present plastic quad flat pack. The 225-lead package is 2.45 millimeters thick, weighs 2.56 grams, and is compatible with existing surface-mount equipment for compone

Dec 1st, 1997

Analog Devices Inc. of Norwood, Mass., is offering the ADSP-21062 32-bit SHARC floating point digital signal processor in a plastic ball grid array package, which makes the 21062, the industry`s smallest 32-bit DSP, Analog Devices officials say. The new package measures 23 millimeters on a side, which is 57 percent smaller than the present plastic quad flat pack. The 225-lead package is 2.45 millimeters thick, weighs 2.56 grams, and is compatible with existing surface-mount equipment for component testing and handling. - J.K.

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