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Semiconductor package having side walls and method for manufacturing the same










Image Number 13 for United States Patent #8018043.

A semiconductor package includes a semiconductor chip having an upper surface, side surfaces connected with the upper surface, and bonding pads formed on the upper surface. A first insulation layer pattern is formed to cover the upper surface and the side surfaces of the semiconductor chip and expose the bonding pads. Re-distribution lines are placed on the first insulation layer pattern and include first re-distribution line parts and second re-distribution line parts. The first re-distribution line parts have an end connected with the bonding pads and correspond to the upper surface of the semiconductor chip and the second re-distribution line parts extend from the first re-distribution line parts beyond the side surfaces of the semiconductor chip. A second insulation layer pattern is formed over the semiconductor chip and exposes portions of the first re-distribution line parts and the second re-distribution line parts.








 
 
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