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Package carrier

Image Number 10 for United States Patent #8130509.

A package carrier including a substrate, at least an under bump metallurgic (UBM) layer and at least a conductive bump is provided. The substrate has a conductive structure and at least a pad connected with the conductive structure. A region of the pad connected with the conductive structure is a signal source region. The UBM layer is disposed on the pad and includes a first conductive pattern and a second conductive pattern. A side wall of the second conductive pattern is directly connected to a side wall of the first conductive pattern, and the second conductive pattern is disposed close to the signal source region. The conductivity of the second conductive pattern is smaller than the conductivity of the first conductive pattern. The conductive bump is disposed on the UBM layer.

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