I bought several ddc232 and ddc316, I am not using it for ct scan, I only have 16 photodiodes.
I am wondering what kind of adapter should I use for their nfbga 8x8 config.
Or is there a PCB can just carry a few ddc232/ddc316 chips?
Thanks for helping.
In the development group, they have either made their own boards or used socketed boards. As for an adapter board, noone here has used one so I'm not sure what issues there may be, but there are plenty of manufacturers do similar products.
I'll attach a zip file to this post with a pdf of a Loranger socket they have used and an adapter board that I found in a search (again, I just found this as an example - I don't know anyone who has used it). You will have to read through them and see if they suit your needs.
I hope this helps in your development.
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