Definitions for "CHIP-ON-BOARD"
A method of affixing unencapsulated integrated circuits onto a printed wiring board using a wire bonding process.
One of the many configurations in which a chip is directly bonded to a circuit board or substrate. These approaches include wirebonding, TAB, or solder interconnections, similar to the C4 structure. In low-end consumer systems, chip-on-board generally refers to wirebonding of chips directly to board bonded and subsequently protected with a glob of resin material. See also Direct Chip Attach.
is a method of affixing unencapsulated chips onto printed circuit boards using a wire bonding process.