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Design of Connectors for Electronic Packaging

  • Homer E. Henschen
Conference paper

Abstract

The role of connectors in electronic packaging along with connector design philosophies and parameters are discussed in this paper. Topics considered are reliability, performance, versatility, utility, economy, and specifications. Five connector contact designs are presented and analyzed for their applicability to interconnecting the five basic modules—cards, cubes, substrates, flat-packaged integrated circuits, and transistor-canned integrated circuits—with the basic parent wiring systems.

Keywords

Print Circuit Board Electronic Packaging Packaging System Insulation Resistance Wiring System 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1965

Authors and Affiliations

  • Homer E. Henschen
    • 1
  1. 1.Connector Products DivisionAMP IncorporatedHarrisburgUSA

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