Your best bet is to use a TDR to take actual measurements
to create a model from. You will have to take measurements of
all pins in order to get a useful bounds on the min and max
"Matt (boomer) Russell" wrote:
> anyone have any approximate figures for BGA test socket LRC values
> or how to model it.
> I am trying to get info from the socket vendor, but all I seem
> to be able to get is contact resistance and mechanical info.
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