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12/9/2003 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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 Engineering & science crossword puzzle


1 Plug-ins for computer buses

5 Design

10 Consequence of under sampling

14 Microwave oscillator frequency-determining material

16 Half of a DIP

17 Type of chart

18 Powers pneumatic devices

19 Software drafting tool, abbr.

22 Section of a circle

23 Analog-to-Digital

24 1/000 of an amp, abbr.

26 Phase Modulation

27 Microwaves & __ magazine

28 Logic gates

30 Time Delay

31 Put into motion

32 Reduce into sections for troubleshooting

33 Logic gate

34 Cooling device

36 Electronics manufacturer with "meatball" logo, abbr.

38 One port of an amplifier

39 Circuit board, abbr.

41 Voltage-current phase mnemonic

43 Add catalyst

44 Voltage-Controlled Oscillator

46 MS database

47 Charged particle

49 Airplane front

51 Dimensionless graphical entity

53 Attenuator, pl.

54 Like a CW tone

55 Branch of mathematics dealing with chance

56 Asynchronous Communication Interface Adapter

58 Strong metal alloy

60 Steady-state voltage

62 Binary number base

63 Cause a response to die out with time

65 Surface Mount Technology

66 Astronomical distance of 3.26 light years

68 Nordic Mobile Telephone

69 Japanese semiconductor manufacturer, abbr.

71 1.602E-19 Joules, abbr.

73 Government lawyer, abbr.

74 Be behind in phase

76 Mate to a TX

77 Multivibrator type

80 Displayed a radar target

83 Logic gate type

84 Computer monitor cable type, abbr.

85 European equivalent to the U.L.

86 Cable approved for direct earth burial, abbr.

88 Symbol for tin

89 1.602E-19 Joules, abbr.

90 Transformer rating, abbr.

92 Keyboard key, abbr.

93 Last stages in transmitters

94 Degree of IC sophistication, abbr.

96 Type of memory, abbr.

98 Current-voltage phase mnemonic

99 Electronic Intelligence

100 Soaks up RF energy

101 Heat sink vendor in Laconia, NH


1 Common Object Request Broker Architecture

2 Type of flip-flop

3 2/3 of a triac

4 Switch configuration, abbr.

5 The result of EOS or ESD

6 Voltage maximum, abbr.

7 Electronics Industry Association

8 Front edge of a wing, abbr.

9 Connector and test cable vendor in Pomona, CA

10 RF passive device manufacturer in Bay Shore, NY

11 Generated by an airfoil

12 Infrared, abbr.

13 Threaded fastener

15 Professor's student instructor, abbr.

20 Chemical symbol for arsenic

21 Pads

25 Automated Test Equipment

26 Greek letter

29 FETs, BJTs, etc.

34 Breaking of an atom nucleus into two or more parts

35 1e-6 mA, abbr.

37 Peripheral Component Interface

39 Unit of time, abbr.

40 Setting a steady-state voltage

42 Local Oscillator

44 Amperes x Ohms

45 Just entering the nonlinear region

48 Opposite of I.D.

50 Electronics Inductry Association

51 Last stages in transmitters, abbr.

52 Logic family, abbr.

53 Substrate for mounting components, abbr.

57 Pure carrier, abbr.

59 Electromagnetic Compatibility

61 Modulation type, abbr.

63 Type of current, abbr.

64 Irradiated cosmic gas

66 Displays a radar target

67 Type of model airplane control system, abbr.

70 Symbol of the U.S.A.

72 3 kHz to 30 kHz, abbr.

73 Government lawyers, abbr.

75 Heat sink vendor in Laconia, NH

78 Do like a raster

79 Verify functionality

81 Prefix meaning ground or earth

82 Electronic Variable Optical Attenuator

84 One component of a complex number, abbr.

87 Digital Storage Oscilloscope

91 Type of cooling for high power amps, abbr.

93 Ratio of circumference to diameter

94 1E6 nanoseconds, abbr.

95 Infrared

97 1e3 uV

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