microminiaturization


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microminiaturization

, microminiaturisation
the production and application of very small semiconductor components and the circuits and equipment in which they are used

microminiaturization

[¦mī·krō‚min·ə·chə·rə′zā·shən]
(electronics)
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While miniaturization of individual components and functions making up the handheld device is important, system-level microminiaturization of the handheld device is necessary to achieve the new functionality, design, performance and cost targets expected by the consumer.
The advent of microminiaturization has presented new challenges for nucleic acid assays.
Microminiaturization - the ability to pack more power, intelligence, and storage, into ever smaller spaces - is one that will enable an array of specialized devices for information.
Science basked in the glory of extraordinary technological and medical achievements: life-saving new vaccines, astronauts on the moon, microminiaturization, and electronic computers.
With the trends of microminiaturization, technological systems integration, portability, communications, and biological sensors, it is not difficult to imagine an attache case that connects you to nearly everything in the world to which you would want to be connected.
Japanese microminiaturization, computer chips, purchase of media conglomerates, plus worldwide marketing, financial, and telecommunications infrastructure already make it a potential warfare giant by Information Age standards.
A programmable, implantable system developed from space microminiaturization techniques that automatically dispenses precisely measured medication (such as insuling for diabetics) to target organs.
For example, the designer of such a device may specialize in microminiaturization.
The report emphasizes one of the important technological trends: advanced manufacturing methods and microminiaturization allow the creation of multimodal devices.
The sea-shift validates a long-held belief among MEMS cognocenti that, driven by markets and the functional need for product microminiaturization, MST will emerge as an enabling tool for 21st century technologies.
This involves a discussion of developments that may impact the way testing is done, including laser techniques, noninvasive infrared, and prospects for microminiaturization.
With advancing computer power, microminiaturization, voice synthesis, and voice recognition, we can talk with inanimate objects.