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Transfer molded PCMCIA standard cards










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #6128195.

A transfer molded PC card standard or small form factor card electronic package includes a substrate that has an integrated circuit package thereon and an electrical connector along a side of the substrate. In addition, an upper cover extends over at least a portion of the substrate and the electrical connector. A lower cover extends over at least a portion of the substrate and the electrical connector and a transfer molded encapsulant covers the substrate and a portion of the upper cover and the lower cover. The portion of the upper cover and the lower cover are covered by the encapsulant and includes a first flange attached to a portion of a periphery of the upper cover and a second flange that is attached to a portion of the periphery of the lower cover.








 
 
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