Definition of microstrip in English:

microstrip

noun

Electricity
  • A transmission line for microwaves that consists of dielectric material with a metallic film forming a conducting strip along one face and a metallic coating that serves as an earth covering the opposite face; material of this kind.

Origin

1950s. From micro- + strip. Compare microtron, micro-oven.

Pronunciation

microstrip

/ˈmʌɪkrə(ʊ)strɪp/