|1/16/2004 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle|
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is the abbreviation or acronym for that clue; e.g., Alternating Current = AC.
2004 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles
2 Internet Protocol
4 Type of current flow, abbr.
7 Amount of matter in a body
11 Relative Humidity
12 One component of a complex number, abbr.
13 Geometric solid from which the circle, parabola, ellipse and hyperbola are derived
16 Style of computer case
18 Chemical element B
19 Earth is one of nine known
21 Atom in the periodic table
23 Unit of time, abbr.
24 Greek letter
25 Noise figure, abbr.
27 Personal Computer
29 Electromagnetic, abbr.
31 Common Gateway Interface
32 Semiconductor and calculator company, abbr.
33 Part of a For-Loop
35 Plug-in substrates for holding resistors, capacitors, etc.
37 Stored energy
39 Connecting to a transformer interwinding point
44 Greek letter
49 Type of current
50 Audio Frequency
51 Formerly known as GMT
52 Super glue, abbr.
53 1e-9 A
54 1/1e12 second
55 Start Frequency, per filter annotation
56 Test Point
58 Chemical symbol for beryllium
60 Swedish astronomer who defined the centigrade scale
63 Former amplifier company in Newbury Park, CA
67 Used lubricant
68 Scheduling graph types
69 Stopband and ____band
70 PC follower
71 Logic gate
73 Switch configuration, abbr.
74 1e6 nanoseconds
75 Unit of time, abbr.
1 Internet mail protocol
2 Infrared, abbr.
3 Branch of science dealing with mass, motion, optics, etc.
4 33rd element
5 European equivalent to the U.L.
6 Exhaust air opening in a cabinet
8 Popular (for some unknown reason) Internet service provider, abbr.
9 Windows file type for emulating RAM
10 Detected the presence of
13 Fan vendor in San Ysidro, CA
14 Used logic gates
15 Negation prefix
17 Component of product cost, abbr.
18 Chemical symbol for beryllium
20 An RX listens to this
22 30 kHz to 300 kHz, abbr.
27 Unit of acidity, abbr.
28 European equivalent to the U.L.
30 Mechanical equivalent of an EE
32 Professor's student instructor, abbr.
33 Test Equipment
34 Opposite of I.D.
36 Reverse Polish Notation
38 Amateur radio enthusiast
39 Time Delay
40 Opposite of DC
41 Allows information through
42 Frequencies between RF and BB
43 Triangular joint stiffeners
44 8-sided polygon
45 Integrated Circuit
47 Switch position
48 1e-6 mA
54 Oscillators requiring reference sources
55 Upper Frequency, per filter annotation
57 Related to FM by derivative/integral
59 Antenna power, abbr.
60 Disk file operation
61 Electronics Industry Association
62 Opposite of O.D.
64 Min-to-max voltage of a waveform, abbr.
65 Resistor vendor in Berne, IN
66 Material testing organization, abbr.
70 Modulation type
72 Kind of flip-flop
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