Find TI packages

TI’s broad packaging portfolio supports thousands of diversified products, packaging configurations and technologies. These packages include traditional ceramic and leaded options and advanced chip scale packages (Quad Flat No Lead (QFN), Wafer Chip Scale Package (WCSP) or Die-Size Ball Grid Array (DSBGA)), using fine pitch wire bond and flip chip interconnects, with SiP, module, stacked and embedded die formats offered. 

Select a package family below to view the options, or search all TI packages to explore TI’s complete package portfolio. A complete description of TI package families can be found here. A selection of the industry's smallest devices, based on our small package technologies, is also available below.

 

High ball count grid array package

Ceramic rectangular package with leads on opposite sides

Well suited for high pin-count, fine pitch applications

Dual row through-hole package

Custom packages for DMD display and controller chips

Small form factor for low-to-moderate pin count devices

High-pin-density solution in a miniature package

Flat, square body with leads or pads on all four size and no exposed pad

Fully integrated with active die and passives

High pin count, leaded substrate package

Thin profile no-lead package, enhanced thermal performance

Leaded package on four sides, enhanced thermal

Leaded package with leads on opposite sides

Low lead inductance, thin profile for handheld applications

Through-hole package with small footprint

High pin capacity for compact systems

Designing a compact signal chain for high performance in small spaces

Engineers are often challenged with making system designs smaller or packing additional functionality in the same amount of printed circuit board (PCB) space.  This white paper addresses the key design considerations for working with small-package analog products to help you understand how you can leverage the benefits of these smaller devices in your design.

Packaging technologies enabling compact designs

Today's design engineers face the ongoing task of shrinking system designs without sacrificing performance. With industry-leading packaging and process technologies, we offer the industry's smallest devices across multiple portfolios - helping you save PCB space while maintaining the right balance of features, cost and reliability for your application.

Industry's smallest devices

Device family
Device
Package family
Size (mm)
% smaller than competing devices
Current sense amplifiers INA290 SC-70 2.0 x 1.2 75%
Precision ADCs ADS7066 DSBGA 1.6 x 1.6 54%
Linear regulators (LDO) TPS7A54 RPS 2.5 x 2.5 39%
CAN transceivers TCAN1044V SOT-23 2.9 x 2.8 72%
Comparators TLV7081 DSBGA 0.7 x 0.7 4%
Current sense amplifiers INA185 SOT-5x3 1.6 x 1.6 45%
Digital temperature sensors TMP103 DSBGA 0.8 x 0.8 15%
Temperature switches TMP390 SOT-5X3 1.6 x 1.2 70%
Ethernet PHYs DP83825I QFN 3.0 x 3.0 44%
Fully differential amplifiers THS4551 WQFN 2.0 x 2.0 33%
Isolated CAN transceivers ISO1044 SOIC 4.9 x 3.9 84%
Thermistors TMP61 X1SON 1.0 x 0.6 91%
General-purpose op amps TLV9061 X2SON 0.8 x 0.8 8%
Digital temperature sensors TMP421 DSBGA 1.6 x 1.2 8%
Analog switches/muxes TMUX1308 SOT-23-THIN 4.2 x 2.0 60%
M-LVDS SN65MLVD203B QFN-16 4.0 x 4.0 50%
LVDS line drivers DS90LV028A-Q1 WSON-8 2.0 x 2.0 40%