Reply by Sebastien Jacquemard September 28, 20052005-09-28
A PLCC52 will be a great solution, it's effectively difficult to remove one
pin on each side, AIN7 and AIN2 no problem, but for the 2 other sides...
SSEL1 (3) ? and I2C0 for the last side, difficult to choose...

Sebastien
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Sent: Wednesday, September 28, 2005 7:48 PM
Subject: Re: [lpc2000] Re: New poll for lpc2000 - use PLCC-52! > lpc2100_fan wrote:
> > A PLCC-48 does not exist, neither do sockets for a package that does
> > not exist.
>
> That is true.
>
> But why insist on using PLCC-44, when there's a quite established
> PLCC-52 footprint?
>
> Using _that_ package, no functionality restrictions were necessary ... > ___________________________________________________________
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