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4/20/2008 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe: Engineering & science crossword puzzle


1. Type of capacitor dielectric

5. Special diode that can be switched, abbr.

7. One possible go-no-go test result

11. Lowest operational frequency of a waveguide

13. Set a steady-state voltage

14. Test equipment, abbr.

15. CW signal onto which information is modulated

18. Army-Navy spec

19. Do a total memory transfer

21. Brand of hobby knife

22. Wireline(tm) maker in Hollis, NH

23. Application Specific Integrated Circuit, abbr.

25. Describes the action of cleaving a crystal plane

26. Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephone

27. Chemical symbol for aluminum

28. Amateur radio abbreviation for the Oceania region

29. European equivalent to the U.L.

30. 3 MHz to 30 MHz

32. Lubricant

34. Permeability-Tuned Oscillator

36. Time division duplex, abbr.

39. Like carbon batteries

40. Electronic warfare defense, abbr.

41. The system than converts common website names to IP addresses, abbr.

42. Imaging device, abbr.

43. Chemical symbol for terbium

45. Chemical symbol for silver

46. Network department, abbr.

47. Opposite of I.D.

48. Small representative graphic

51. Automatic Level Control

53. Internet mail protocol, abbr.

56. High frequency semiconductor, abbr.

57. Negatively doped silicon

59. Trims a piece of Kapton tape to length

60. Chemical symbol for strontium

61. Angle described by hyp/opp

63. Chemical symbol for nickel

64. Produce an equation from empirical data

66. The "D" in DC

68. Short for synchronous

69. Java server pages, abbr.

70. Boolean expressions


1. Type of inductance found in transformers

2. Things in a bill of material

3. Chemical symbol for cobalt

4. Automatic Frequency Control

6. Method of mathematically evaluating circuits

7. Type of digital filter, abbr.

8. A common battery cell size

9. British scientist of falling apple fame

10. Component of volume

12. Facsimile

13. Beryllium oxide symbol

16. Radio Amateurs of Canada

17. Defense electronics company in Ft. Wayne, IN

20. Ratio of circumference to diameter

22. Chemical symbol for selenium

24. Waveguide manufacturer in Edinburg, VA

26. Recovers the modulation from the RF signal

27. RF component distributor

31. The "F" in EMF

32. Exponent that returns the original number

33. International Reply Coupon

34. It can follow an MS

35. Logic gates

37. Type of data conversion device, abbr.

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

44. Sets a steady-state voltage

47. Science of light transmission

49. Stock

50. Unix, Linux or Windows

51. Capacitor manufacturer in Huntington Station, NY

52. Characters Per Inch

54. Megacycles, abbr.

55. Tweaked a filter for the correct response

57. Design component of total product cost, abbr.

58. Last statement in a BASIC program

61. A feedback scheme to level out the receiver audio volume, abbr.

62. Electronics Industry Association

65. One port of an amplifier

67. Chemical symbol for radon


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