CBGACeramic Ball Grid Array
CBGACarpathian Balkan Geological Association (formerly Carpathian Geological Association)
CBGACentre for Budget and Governance Accountability (India)
CBGACoastal Bend Guides Association (Aransas Pass, TX)
CBGACentral Banks Gold Agreement
CBGACascade Boer Goat Association
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There is an urgent need to increase financial resources for school education, said Protiva Kundu, lead researcher at CBGA. Based on an analysis of 10 state education budgets, she said education is not a priority for all states.
The IMF stated publicly that its gold sales should be coordinated with current and future Central Bank Gold Agreements (CBGA), whereby signatories have agreed to limit their gold sales to no more than 500 metric tons annually.
The DSC heating curves for reworked CBGA and PBGA196 solder joints using In-containing alloy A are illustrated in Figure 6.
The bank has already sold 45 tonnes of gold since September 2004, when the Central Bank Gold Agreement (CBGA) signed by 15 European central banks came into force.
Unlike last year's gold sales of just 395.80 tonnes, the banks are likely to sell 500 tonnes this year and meet the target in the last two years of the five-year Central Bank Gold Agreement (CBGA) that ends in September 2009.
(2) This data is specific for ceramic ball grid array (CBGA) components mounted on FR-4 circuit boards cycled between 0[degrees]C to 100[degrees]C.
The modules are offered in a 67-ball CBGA and an 88-ball CBGA package.
Marketed as the IM Prime Portfolio, CBGA in London and the Birmingham office of CB Richard Ellis acted for the vendor.
This packaging option is available in a wide variety of ceramics, among them ceramic ball grid array (CBGA), ceramic dual-inline package (CDIP), and leadless chip carrier (LCC).
Samples are available now in 44-ball 8 mm X 12 mm CBGA or a 40-in TSOP type-1.