Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
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.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Prevention and treatment of osteoarthritis
Compact multi-functional scanning apparatus with retractable flatbed scanner
Co-map communication operator
Synthesizing VHDL multiple wait FSMS into RT level FSMS by preprocessing
Method of making an array of nucleic acid colonies
Fuel cell stack including ejector and blower for anode recirculation and method for controlling the same
Portable electric circular saw
  Randomly Featured Patents
Automated ambient condition responsive daytime running light system
Fuel injection system for internal combustion engine
Anti-surge system for gases and other media
Method of forming high density multi-state mask ROM cells
Pipe connection member for connecting a pipe to a pair of parallel brackets
Organic light emitting display having DC-DC converter
Multi-purpose digital frequency synthesizer circuit for a programmable logic device
Radix-16 divider using overlapped quotient bit selection and concurrent quotient rounding and correction
Video signal driver including a cascode transistor
Method and apparatus for converting dissipated heat to work energy