Note: A standard for crossword puzzles is when all words in a clue are capitalized, the solution
is the abbreviation or acronym for that clue; e.g., Alternating Current = AC.
2003 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles
13 Software drafting tool
14 Special diode that can be switched
16 Satellite TV system
19 Dirac-_____ function
22 RF passive device manufacturer in Bay Shore, NY
25 Code Division Multiple Access
29 European equivalent to the U.L.
32 Test equipment, abbr.
33 Government lawyer, abbr.
34 Method of mathematically evaluating circuits
35 Unix, Linux or Windows
36 Professor's student instructor
37 Electrical safety organization
38 Chemical symbol for beryllium
40 8 bits
44 Font without serifs
47 Moon of Saturn discovered in 1789
49 Degree of IC sophistication
51 Add solder to tip of iron
52 Radio Magnetic Interference, abbr.
54 Passive intermodulation, abbr.
56 Enclosure vendor in Wallingford, CT
1 Integrated circuit
2 Forerunner to NASA
3 Time delay, abbr.
4 Type of flip-flop
5 Imaging device
6 Used logic gates
7 Logical negations
8 Electronics Industry Association
9 Type of model airplane control system, abbr.
10 Opposite of O.D.
11 Workplace safety group
12 Unit of time
17 Gun safety and education organization
20 Opposite of I.D.
21 RF amplifier vendor in Acaso, CA
23 Grouping of antenna elements
24 An angle of less than 90 degrees
25 Wireless phone regions
26 Subatomic particle having a mass between that of an electron and a proton
28 Digital Communication System
30 Electronics Industry Association, abbr.
31 Cooling device
32 Greek letter
33 2 x SSB
35 Small RF connector type
39 High voltage resistor manufacturer in Montreal, Quebec
40 Bottom leg of triangle
41 Semiconductor and calculator company
42 Straight or curved continuous extent of length without breadth
43 Universal Asynchronous Transmit/Receive device, abbr.
45 Type of current flow
46 Small DIP package
47 1/000 of an inch
48 Specialized mobile radio
49 1e3 uV
51 Test equipment, abbr.
53 Galilean moon
54 Ratio of circumference to diameter
55 1E6 nanoseconds
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