[ UK /mˌɪnɪt‍ʃəɹa‍ɪzˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. act of making on a greatly reduced scale
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How To Use miniaturisation In A Sentence

  • With such miniaturization, researchers might use this strategy for installing healing properties into materials' internal microstructures.
  • Since then, advances in ultrasonics and the miniaturisation of components have made the idea more viable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Kilby had developed what TI called a ‘solid circuit,’ and what TI hailed as the ultimate in microminiaturization.
  • Based on USB Bus, Design the miniaturization, modularization, all-purpose digital multimeter with self-reacting, photoelectric isolate, TRMS/DC, self-correcting technology.
  • Tessera still owns patents for chip packaging that enable electronics miniaturization.
  • We all know that this is due to the microminiaturisation of silicon chips and other hardware.
  • The microminiaturization of LSIs has led to an increase in variations in the device characteristics.
  • It is almost like a commercial miniaturisation, or a guide to a daunting set text.
  • Cory's take is a reasonable projection, based on current trends in computerization, miniaturization, etc. etc. Heroism and the possibility of death
  • The capability for accurate placement will continue to be important as chip scale packages and flip chip technology reduce pin pitches even further in the unending race for product miniaturization.
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