Short for micro-Flip Chip Pin Grid Array, micro-FCPGA is one of two Mobile Pentium III Processor-M packages (the other is micro-FCBGA). The micro-FCPGA package is a die facedown on an organic substrate. An epoxy material surrounds the die, forming a smooth fillet. The package uses 478 pins that are 2.03 mm long and .32 mm in diameter and has capacitors on the bottom.
Contrast with micro-FCPGA.
Refers to the use of microspacing to justify text.
Microarchitecture is the term used to describe the resources and methods used to achieve architecture specification. The term typically includes the way in which these resources are organized as well as the design techniques used in the processor to reach the target cost and performance goals. The microarchitecture essentially forms a specification for the logical […]
In fiber optic transmissions, microbend is an imperfection in the optical fiber which was created during manufacturing. Microbending can cause extrinsic attenuation, a reduction of optical power in the glass. Unlike macrobending, the imperfection may not always be visible. Contrast with macrobend.
A type of blog that lets users publish short text updates. Bloggers can usually use a number of service for the updates including instant messaging, e-mail, or Twitter. The posts are called microposts, while the act of using these services to update your blog is called microblogging. Social networking sites, like Facebook, also use a […]
A microbrowser, also called a mobile browser or mini-browser. It is a type of browser designed to be used on the small screens of many different types of mobile devices. It is commonly used on WAP-based phones, which require a gateway to translate Web pages, news feeds, and other Internet content.