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Airplanes and Rockets:
2005 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles
1 This multiplied by inductance gives voltage across an inductor
4 Logic family
6 Electronics Industry Association
7 Used to transmit document over telephone lines
9 ECM response
13 Substrate for mounting components, abbr., pl.
15 Energy lost as heat in a substrate
18 Logic gate
20 Miniature RF connector
22 Transmission Control Protocol
23 Precision landing system, abbr., pl.
24 Data converters, abr., pl. (uses a number)
25 Moon of Saturn discovered in 1672
28 Ham radio organization, abbr.
30 One side of a PCB
31 One sideband output of a mixer
33 Opposite of O.D.
34 1.602E-19 Joules
37 This is 4.4 km/s at Mercury, 11.2 km/s at the Earth, 59.5 km/s at Jupiter
40 Logarithmic unit of voltage, abbr.
41 Used logic gates
43 Original Equipment Manufacturer
44 Possible resistor network designation (lettered) on a schematic
45 Agilent's EE design software, abbr.
46 Difference between waveform input slope and output slope
1 Thread cutting tool
2 10^-1 numerical prefix
3 Major coaxial cable vendor
4 Temperature-compensated crystal oscillator, abbr.
8 RF design tool vendor in Espoo, Finland (recently acquired by AWR)
10 CDMA Development Group, abbr.
11 Chemical formula for beryllium oxide
12 Passive intermodulation, abbr.
14 Base Station Transceivers
16 Computer monitors, abbr.
17 A disk operation
21 Mechanical drawing reference plane, abbr.
22 Professor's student instructor, abbr.
26 Test equipment manufacturer, now Agilent
27 Ad-Hoc On-Demand Distance Vector
28 Wheel attachment point
29 Type of flip-flop
32 Produced by a quadrature modulator
33 Institute of Electrical Engineers (U.K)
35 Aircraft navigation system, abbr.
36 3-phase transformer configuration
37 Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier
38 Logic family
39 Isolator, oscillator vendor in Tampa, FL
42 Logarithmic unit of power, abbr.
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