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[FAQ] Product Discontinuation Notice (PDN) PDN20201117001: Are there any differences between Microstar BGA and nFBGA packages?

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Answer: No. From electrical characteristics and footprint perspective, they are identical. Table below summarizes the BGA part numbers and their nFBGA equivalents:

 

Device

Discontinued MicroStar BGA Device

Redesigned Laminate nfBGA Device

TMS320F281x

TMS320F2812GHHA

TMS320F2812GBBA

TMS320F2812GHHAR

TMS320F2812GBBAR

TMS320F2812GHHQ

TMS320F2812GBBS

TMS320F2812GHHS

TMS320F2812GBBS

TMS320F2812ZHHA

TMS320F2812ZAYA

TMS320F2812ZHHAR

TMS320F2812ZAYAR

TMS320F2812ZHHS

TMS320F2812ZAYS

TMS320F280x

TMS320F28015ZGMA

TMS320F28015NMFA

TMS320F2801ZGMA

TMS320F2801NMFA

TMS320F2802ZGMA

TMS320F2806NMFA

TMS320F2802ZGMS

TMS320F2806NMFS

TMS320F2806ZGMA

TMS320F2806NMFA

TMS320F2806ZGMS

TMS320F2806NMFS

TMS320F2808ZGMA

TMS320F2808NMFA

TMS320F2808ZGMS

TMS320F2808NMFS

TMS320F2809ZGMA

TMS320F2809NMFA

TMS320F2809ZGMS

TMS320F2809NMFS

TMS320F2808GGMA

TMS320F2808GBAA

TMS320F2808GGMS

TMS320F2808GBAS

TMS320F2809GGMA

TMS320F2809GBAA

TMS320F2809GGMS

TMS320F2809GBAS

TMS320F2823x

TMS320F28232ZHHA

TMS320F28232ZAYA

TMS320F28234ZHHA

TMS320F28234ZAYA

TMS320F2833x

TMS320F28334ZHHA

TMS320F28334ZAYA

TMS320F28335ZHHA

TMS320F28335ZAYA

TMS320C2834x

TMS320C28341ZHHT

TMS320C28341ZAYT

TMS320C28343ZHHT

TMS320C28343ZAYT

TMS320C28345ZHHT

TMS320C28345ZAYT

 

 

Regards,

Hareesh Janakiraman, 

C2000 Microcontroller ApplicationsTexas Instruments, Houston.

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