Definition of microminiaturization in English:

microminiaturization

Syllabification: mi·cro·min·i·a·tur·i·za·tion
Pronunciation: /ˌmīkrōˌminēəCHəriˈzāSHən, -ˌminiCHər-
 
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noun

The manufacture of extremely small versions of electronic devices.
More example sentences
  • 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.
  • Finally, microminiaturization opens the potential for great cost savings in both manufacturing and logistics.

Derivatives

microminiaturize

Pronunciation: /-ˈminēəCHəˌrīz, -ˌminiCHə-/
verb
More example sentences
  • The BCR2600 series is microminiaturized with built-in decoder, smaller than half the size of a name card.
  • Abstract Electronic culture microminiaturizes the world of objects, thereby indirectly increasing human values.
  • TV cameras and computers are microminiaturizing at great rate, and the package will only get smaller.

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