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5/9/2005 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

Visit the Crossword Express website - RF CafeTake a well-deserved break and try your hand at some of these goodies. Every word in the RF Cafe crossword puzzles is specifically related to engineering, mathematics, and science. There are no generic backfill words like many other puzzles give you, so you'll never see a clue asking for the name of a movie star or a mountain on the Russia-China border.

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Engineering & science crossword puzzle


1 Circuit for firing a magnetron, abbr.

2 Type of data packet transmission, abbr.

4 Type of flip flop

5 Programmable Logic Device

8 Opposite of O.D.

10 A receiver quality specification, abbr.

11 Dials

12 Integrated Circuit

14 Modern battlefield technique, abbr.

16 Last stages in transmitters, abbr.

18 Measure of acidity, abbr.

19 Precision landing system, abbr.

21 Pentium III, for example

23 Airplane bodies

24 Computer monitor cable type, abbr.

25 Institute of Electrical Engineers (U.K.)

26 Infrared

28 RF connector type

30 Component of product cost, abbr.

31 Noise figure, abbr.

32 Lengths times widths

33 Electrical safety organization, abbr.

34 Lubricant

36 Integrated Logistic System

37 Printer manufacturer

40 Dilbert's female co-worker

43 Attenuators

44 Solid figure generated by the straight lines which pass from a circle to a single point not in the same plane as the circle

45 European spectrum allocation agency, abbr.

48 L-C resonating circuit

52 Electronic Intelligence, abbr.

53 ASICs vendor in San Jose, CA

55 Peripheral Component Interface

56 Frequency-determining element in a microwave oscillator

58 Type of current flow

59 Have a chemically induced effect

62 Upper Frequency, abbr.

63 One mode of a waveguide

64 100%

66 Semiconductor and calculator company

67 Radio type in a '65 Chevy

68 Colorado resort town

70 They can cancel out zeros

75 Personal Computer

76 Another unit of time, abbr.

78 Type of printed antenna, pl.

81 Type of current

82 Symbol for tin

83 One instant in a video stream

84 Chemical symbol for beryllium

85 Part of this website's name

87 Power Management Device

88 Opposite of a LO

89 Amplifier vendor in Santa Clara, CA

90 Kind of Internet mail address scheme


1 Max or min voltage of a waveform

3 Ratio of circumference to diameter

4 RF attenuator manufacturer in Indianapolis, IN

5 Silicon transistor type

6 Transistor amplifier design tool

7 Logarithmic units of power, abbr.

9 2 x SIP

10 Uncharged subatomic particle that has zero rest mass

13 Central regions in FETs

15 Mates to jacks

17 One component of the velocity vector

19 Maker of quality spectrum analyzers in Wichita, Kansas

20 DSB / 2

21 Common Gateway Interface

22 Employ

27 WLAN PA, for example, abbr.

28 Talks to a receiver

29 Abilities to store a charges

30 The "R" in DRC

35 Polish to tight -fitting tolerance

36 Current-voltage phase mnemonic (last half of 45D)

38 1e-6 mA

39 Opposite of I.D.

41 Local Oscillator

42 One port of an amplifier

45 Voltage-current phase mnemonic (first part of 36D)

46 Semiconductor and calculator company

47 Symbol for tin

49 PC follower

50 Home state of Los Alamos lab

51 Cryptography need

52 ECM response

54 Force produced by a wing

55 Graphical fill lines

57 Guided missile's need

59 One component of a complex number, abbr.

60 Colorado Springs military school

61 ___-IP (Internet)

64 Related to FM by a differential

65 Test Equipment, abbr.

67 Unit of current

69 Negative Temperature Coefficient

71 Unix, Linux or Windows

72 Filter type, abbr.

73 Antenna power abbreviation

74 Static Random Access Memory

75 Unit of time, abbr.

77 Relative level of intended signal to noise, abbr.

79 Microelectronics manufacturer, abbr.

80 Front edge of a wing, abbr.

81 Antenna gain unit, abbr.

86 BPF spec.

88 Test equipment manufacturer

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