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11/9/2008 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe: Engineering & science crossword puzzle


1. Solder paste vendor in Lincoln, RI

4. ECM response

8. Substrate for mounting component, abbr., pl.

12. Words Per Minute

15. Official engineering change document, abbr., pl.

16. Have a positive phase wrt a reference

17. Move from cell to cell

18. Advanced Research Projects Agency , abbr.

20. Divide into chunks

21. International Telecommunications Union

22. Rádio Nacional de Angola, abbr.

23. Query an input for changes

24. Sample group

26. World's only remaining superpower, abbr.

28. Decibels above or below a dipole antenna, abbr.

30. Degree of IC sophistication

31. Signal amplitude degradation due to inefficiency, pl.

33. Met all test requirements

36. Station using an existing call sign and illegally operating on the air

39. Intermodulation distortion, abbr.

41. Aircraft tracking systems

44. Threaded tuning rod in a coil

45. Like a crystal

49. Fail-____ switch

50. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

51. Network configuration

53. Upward force generated by an airfoil

56. Network department, abbr.

57. Describes an "thick" field

60. Adjusts the design to accommodate tolerances

63. A processed or unprocessed semiconductor substrate

64. 1/6 inch printer's measure; Electromagnetic

65. Surface mount, abbr.

66. Electronic assembly transport containers

67. What kind of a triangle has all three sides unequal in length

70. Basic storage unit of a database, pl.

73. Chemical symbol for antimony

75. Type of antenna

77. Forerunner to NASA

78. Unit of time

80. Ends of soldering irons

83. Put into motion

86. Filter manufacturer in San Juan Capistrano, CA

88. Referring to atoms

91. Colorado Springs military school, abbr.

92. Alloy of copper and tin

94. Software language by Borland

97. Flip-flop control input, pl.

100. Current-voltage phase mnemonic

103. Online service

104. Unit of current

105. Common gateway interface

107. The "C" in CDMA

109. 1/000 of an inch

110. Software drafting tool, abbr.

112. Move in a raster pattern

113. One bit of a real number

114. Boolean expression, pl.

116. An ellipse has two of them

117. Aerodynamic opposition to thrust

118. Semiconductor lamp

119. Transportation accident investigation agency, abbr.

120. Release control over

121. Stock symbol for Harris Communications


1. A reflected radar pulse

2. 12 inches

3. Digital Signal Processor

4. Voltage-current phase mnemonic

5. Constellation : The whale

6. Precipitate

7. Chemical symbol for mendelevium

8. Chemical symbol for praseodymium

9. Common Object Request Broker Service

10. VHF, UHF, ISM, for example

11. Miniature threaded RF connector

12. Wireless application protocol

13. Type of data storage IC, abbr.

14. Multiprotocol Label Switching

15. The obscuring of one celestial body by another

19. Under samples

25. End Of Transmission

27. Application Specific Integrated Circuit, abbr.

28. Switch configuration, abbr.

29. Government program to bring electricity to farms, abbr.

31. Be behind in phase

32. Chemical symbol for selenium

34. Chemical symbol for strontium

35. Direct Digital Synthesis

37. Precision landing system, abbr.

38. Chemical symbol for ruthenium

40. Akin to EEs, CEs, AEs, etc.

42. A common battery cell size

43. Radio Frequency Interference, abbr.

45. Cooling device

46. The "As" in GaAs

47. Helium, iron, silicon, or uranium, for example

48. Deutsche Industrie Normenausschuss

51. A type of capacitance or inductance

52. Test equipment, abbr.

54. Foot, abbr.

55. Trans European Trunked RAdio

57. Bands between RF and baseband

58. Japanese semiconductor & equipment manufacturer

59. Using the moon as a passive reflector to establish a signal path; moonbounce, abbr.

60. Bluetooth modules & ICs vendor in Richardson, TX

61. Archaic unit of length

62. Official Space Shuttle designation, abbr.

68. Chemical symbol for lanthanum

69. Enhanced Graphics Adapter

71. Software engineering tool, abbr.

72. Amateur radio abbreviation for the Oceania region

73. Akin to dynamics, with no movement

74. A "1" or a "0"

76. Maximum Usable Frequency

78. Non-return to zero

79. Term for creating an asymmetry in a statistical distribution

81. Chemical symbol for polonium

82. Surface Mount Device, abbr.

84. Loose end of a cable

85. RF passive device manufacturer in Bay Shore, NY

86. Line of Sight; Linux Operating System

87. Army-Navy spec

89. U.K. equivalent of the IEEE

90. Chemical symbol for chlorine

92. Chemical symbol for beryllium

93. Stock symbol for Raytheon

95. Display a radar target

96. Maintians a voltage for sampling

98. Electrical enclosure company in Rochester, MN

99. Satellite millieu

101. Inductor

102. Quickly changing portion of waveform

105. Co-channel rejection ratio

106. High frequency semiconductor, abbr.

108. Last statement in a BASIC program

109. ELI the ICE ___

111. Singulated piece of IC wafer

112. Synchronous Digital Hierarchy

115. Chemical symbol for antimony

116. Femtofarad, abbr.

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