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8/11/2003 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe engineering & science crossword puzzle


1 ELI the ICE ___

3 Symbol for helium

6 Professor's student instructor

8 Electrical safety organization

9 A pendulum moves with simple ________ motion

10 Unit of work

11 1/000 of an amp

12 Analog-to-digital, abbr.

13 Resistor manufacturer in Yankton, SD

17 High frequency speakers

19 Semiconductor manufacturer in Japan

21 Family of electrical connectors

22 General name for a minor planet

25 Einstein says it's relative

26 Chemical symbol for beryllium

27 Type of current flow

29 Forward Error Correction, abbr.

30 A million volts

33 Electrical cable for direct burial

35 Boob tube

36 Type of flip-flop

37 Compiler directive


1 Greek letter

2 The star catalog of Ptolemy

3 Screws, handles, standoffs, washers, etc.

4 A force of one dyne acting over a distance of one centimeter

5 A Galilean moon

6 Semiconductor and calculator company in TX

7 Abbreviation for acknowledge

9 Thermal energy

13 Logarithmic units of power

14 PC follower

15 Semiconductor lamp

16 Constellation : The river

18 Symbol for tin

19 1e-6 mA

20 Oscillator vendor in Whippany, NJ

23 Electromagnetic, abbr.

24 Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephone, abbr.

28 Nordic Mobile Telephone, abbr.

29 BASIC looping keyword

31 1.602E-19 Joules

32 Modulation type, abbr.

34 Chemical symbol for iron

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