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Synonyms for miniaturisation

act of making on a greatly reduced scale

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With a significant increase in switching frequency, the miniaturisation of peripheral passive components becomes possible.
Handling more mixed signal and power connections in a unique combination of multiple contacts also means increasing flexibility in meeting specific design challenges in miniaturisation."
Couple that need with the demands of production speed, the ever finer tolerances and repeatability required for quality, and the increasing miniaturisation of technology-based products and the challenge gets tricky.
NEAT PETITE: The EOS 100D is a marvel of miniaturisation
The latest desirable models are sophisticated works of electronic miniaturisation. However any street cred is lost when you need a magnifying glass to see the screen.
Miniaturisation experts from Newcastle University have recreated the towering Angel of the North sculpture and the world-famous Tyne Bridge so they are smaller than a pinhead and invisible to the naked eye.
The Swedish laboratory applications miniaturisation and integration company Gyros AB said today (14 April) that it had agreed to license its patented technology to the Swedish biotechnology tools developer Cellectricon AB.
Sony say this miniaturisation is made possible by their latest IC bare-chip mounting technology that integrates a memory stick duo recording medium, a high-temperature poly-silicon LCD and a lithium ion polymer battery into a single compact package.
China WLCSP Co Ltd, a provider of wafer level miniaturisation technologies and processes for the electronics industry, has appointed Vage Oganesian as its new senior vice president of strategic development, the company said today.
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