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wir·ing

(wīr'ing),
Reattaching the ends of a broken bone with wire sutures.
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wir·ing

(wīr'ing)
Fastening together the ends of a broken bone by wire sutures.
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wir·ing

(wīr'ing)
Fastening together the ends of a broken bone by wire sutures.
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The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) has developed a method which can drastically reduce the electrical resistance of antennas, wirings etc., of radio frequency (RF) ID tags formed by screen printing.
The pressure annealing method is applicable to the fabrication of the wirings and electrodes on flexible substrates, such as plastic films, by printing, because even if the baking of conducting inks is done at temperatures below 200 C, their resistance can be sufficiently lowered.
AIST has developed a technique which can reduce the resistance of conductive materials printed on substrates as antennas and wirings without high temperature baking.