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Silicon_Smith
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re: TI Seeking Packaging Feedback
Silicon_Smith   10/15/2011 4:42:24 PM
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I think the package information is quite visible on the TI product pages. Single click on the package identifier takes you to the package details sheet.

Sheetal.Pandey
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re: TI Seeking Packaging Feedback
Sheetal.Pandey   10/11/2011 6:35:45 AM
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Well I gave my feedback. I guess its a community blog for E2E by TI. To answer the questions, I personally always found TI's datasheets to have clear and complete information. The packaging information is very well given.The support from TI on any technical data has been wonderful.Package type is defintely a selection criteria for part selection. depends on sapce available on board, testing and troubleshooting comfort, soldering comfort, cost and availability.

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re: TI Seeking Packaging Feedback
Silicon_Smith   9/25/2011 3:49:13 PM
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I doubt if there is an actual survey. Perhaps, the answers are are expected as responses to the e2e post.

_hm
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re: TI Seeking Packaging Feedback
_hm   9/17/2011 11:17:59 AM
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Given link takes you to your blog on TI web page. Can you update link so that it takes directly to survey? You lost 2 point of 10 for not providing porper link and not providing active hyperlink.

Glenn B
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TI Seeking Packaging Feedback
Glenn B   9/16/2011 8:01:52 PM
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Texas Instruments is seeking your feedback on our quality and lead-free (Pb-free)packaging. http://e2e.ti.com/group/helpcentral/f/263/t/131849.aspx Visit our E2E community and take a few minutes to answer a few questions, like: a. How easy is it to find package information on our website? b. How easy is it to get support from TI on packaging questions? c. What do you think about our packaging technology, quality, and offering? d. Is package type a differentiator when selecting a part? Why? We thank you in advance for your participation!



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