Intel qualified its first lead-free Plastic Ball Grid Array package in 2001 for use with its Flash memory and shipped its first lead-free product in 2002.
What does BGA stand for?
BGA stands for Ball Grid Array
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 130 other meanings of BGA in our Acronym Attic
- Beyond Good & Evil (video game)
- Belton, Grandview & Kansas City Railroad
- Bomb Group (Heavy) (US Army Air Force and US Air Force unit designation)
- Brigadier General (Promotable)
- Battery Ground Short (terminal type)
- Basal ganglial and thalamic
- Below Ground Electronic Equipment Enclosure
- Basal Ganglia to Frontal Cortex
- Baldurs Gate: Dark Alliance (gaming)
- Baldur's Gate 2 (computer game)
- Battle Ground Academy (Franklin, TN)
- Beginner's Guide to Aeronautics (web-based textbook; US NASA)
- Behavior Genetics Association
- Bénin Golden Award (French film award)
- Berges de Garonne Auto (French vehicle rental company)
- Beta Gimbal Assembly
- Bill Graham Archives (rock memorabilia)
- Binary Genetic Algorithm
- Biologie et Gestion des Adventices (French: Weed Biology and Management)
- Blue-Green Algae
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The Am29BDS640G is available in a space-saving monolithic 80-ball Fine Pitch Ball Grid Array (FBGA) package.
The conference also includes two extended presentations on paste-in-hole and reworking high-density assemblies, and two half-day seminars on ball grid array (BGA) and assembly and environmentally sustainable electronics.
The order is for RVSI Vanguard's complete ball attach line for use in ball grid array integrated circuit fabrication lines.