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7/11/2008 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe: Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle


1. The "F" in EMF

6. Parts per million, abbr.

9. Constellation : The water snake

14. Logic family

15. Set of poles

17. Bilateral trigger diode

18. RF/microwave software vendor (bought by Agilent)

20. Network configuration

22. Electromagnetic compatibility, abbr.

24. Like a crystal

27. Chemical symbol for selenium

28. The 741 was the first of this type IC

33. Responses to original posting on a forum

35. Circular mounting hardware

37. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

38. Wireline(tm) maker in Hollis, NH

40. Effective Radiated Power

41. RF Local Area Network

43. Bandwidth, abbr.

45. BER. 8 bits at a time

46. Type of flip-flop

47. Network configuration

48. A form of energy arises from the kinetic energy of atoms and molecules

49. 1/000 of an amp

50. Keyboard key

52. Chemical symbol for tin

53. Mr. Blattenberger of RF Cafe

54. Transmit Incremental Tuning, abbr.

55. Small representative graphic

57. Chemical symbol for xenon

58. Constellation : The twins

60. Under tension, pl.

64. Proportion of two numbers

65. One port of an amplifier

67. _______-A-Chip adapters, by Aries Electronics

69. U.S. military organization, abbr.

71. Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephone

72. Maximum voltage in a waveform, pl.

77. Electronic Variable Optical Attenuator

79. Small DIP package

81. Stack command

82. Aircraft tracking system

83. Wire diameter unit, abbr.

84. Area on a shaft for accommodating a setscrew, pl.


2. Current-voltage phase mnemonic

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

4. Line of Sight

5. Digital Storage Oscilloscope

6. Min-to-max voltage of a waveform, abbr.

7. Name of the third series in the spectrum of hydrogen

8. An efficient microstrip corner shape, pl.

10. Unit of length, abbr.

11. Singulated piece of IC wafer

12. Type of data storage IC, pl.

13. Change of velocity per unit of time

16. The "R" in BER

19. Unit of capacitance, abbr.

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

23. Passive device for splitting signals to separate paths

25. PC follower

26. Direct Digital Synthesis

29. Astronomical distance of 3.26 light years

30. Application Service Provider, abbr.

31. Millihenry, abbr.

32. Scheduling graph type, pl.

34. Crystal filter type

36. RF computer network, abbr.

39. U.S. manned space program rocket series of the 1960s

42. Chemical symbol for argon

43. Connector vendor in St. Louis, MO

44. H2O

48. Opposite of a LO

51. Line of Sight

53. Energy in motion

54. Transmit Incremental Tuning, abbr.

56. Negative temperature coefficient, abbr.

57. Wireless modem manufacturer, now owned by Intel

59. 1/000 of an amp

61. Archaic unit of length

62. Amateur Radio Emergency Service

63. Chemical symbol for scandium

66. A star that suddenly becomes much brighter and then gradually returns to its original brightness over a period of weeks to years

68. Test Point

70. U.S. military organization, abbr.

73. Electromotive Force

74. Online service

75. Large unit of apparent power, abbr.

76. Adjust a pot

78. A common battery cell size

80. Unit of length, abbr.

See solution below

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