The PANDA experiment is a multi-purpose particle detector, investigating hadron physics topics in the strange and charm quark mass regime. PANDA will measure antiproton-proton annihilation reactions at the FAIR complex, which is currently under construction. Caused by the initial reaction, signal and background events are similar to each other. Hence, self-triggering readout electronics is required throughout all sub-detectors. The innermost sub- detector, the Micro Vertex Detector, is based on silicon sensors with pixel and microstrip segmentation. This thesis describes the development of a readout solution (PASTA) for the microstrip sensors and the preparations for a characterization setup to perform laboratory measurements with this readout prototype. Furthermore, an exploratory study on the reconstructability of the reaction pp→Ξ+Ξ−(1690) with PANDA's software framework is presented.