Adding Jumper Wires Through 'Gopher Holes'

Ferry, Jeff
October 2001
Circuits Assembly;Oct2001, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p64
Trade Publication
Focuses on the Ball Grid Array (BGA) site modification for addition of jumper wire through the hole in the board. Use of jumper wire; Need for high degree operator skill and milling equipment; Procedure in drilling and threading the hole.


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