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7/20/2008 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe: Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle


1. Specify system parameters

7. Its chemical symbol is In

12. Spurious RF products created by metal joints, abbr.

13. A class of passive ideal two-terminal circuit elements that maintain a functional relationship between the time integrals of current and voltage

14. Line of Sight

16. European equivalent to the U.L.

17. Radio Amateurs of Canada

18. Type of logic gate

20. One type of electron spin

21. CDMA Development Group, abbr.

22. Components

23. Permeability-Tuned Oscillator

25. Engineer's blood plasma

28. Described by a 1st-order equation

30. FCC Part 15 rules apply in this band

31. Specialized Mobile Radio

33. ELI the ICE ___

34. Very large unit of apparent power, abbr.

35. Type of current flow

37. British physicist who discovered electromagnetic induction and diamagnetism

39. Chemical symbol for aluminum

40. Describes a servo, accelerometer, solenoid, etc.

41. Chemical symbol for calcium

42. Metric angle units

44. Chemical symbol for calcium

46. Capacitor manufacturer in Huntington Station, NY

48. Miniature RF connector

49. Electromagnetic compatibility, abbr.

51. Amplifier linearity spec., abbr.

52. Electro-mechanical control devices

54. System engineering company

56. Central Processing Unit

57. The sun's most distant <former>planet

58. Charged particle

59. 1e-6 mA

61. Gun safety and education organization, abbr.

63. Cellphone band above DCS

64. Type of logic gate

65. Global System for Mobile Communications

67. A type of filter designed using the image method

70. Data transmission pathway

71. Control and monitoring board, pl.

72. Type of transistor


1. Singulated piece of IC wafer

2. Electromagnetic

3. A false signal produced in a superheterodyne receiver's circuitry, pl.

4. Japanese semiconductor & equipment manufacturer

5. 1/6 inch printer's measure

6. What high frequency engineers design

7. Network department, abbr.

8. Negation prefix

9. Form/fit/function replacement

10. Electrical safety organization, abbr.

11. Minutes of Use

12. PC Card - with 68 pin interface

15. Curve traced out by a point which moves around another point with an ever increasing radius

17. Radio Direction Finding

19. Stock symbol for Raytheon

21. Airflow rate, abbr.

24. Original Equipment Manufacturer

26. Generate a periodic signal

27. Electromotive Force

28. Direction of carbon fiber strands

29. Diode type

32. Battery vendor

33. Contraption

36. Search engine

38. Observed rule

41. Outside shell

42. Common average used for sinewaves, abbr.

43. Miniature threaded RF connector

45. Summers

47. Error checking scheme, abbr.

48. One port on a FET

50. Does it with a mouse

51. Add solder to tip of iron

53. Virtual Private Network

55. Linux Operating System

60. Application Service Provider, abbr.

62. Online service

63. Permeability-Tuned Oscillator

64. One port of an amplifier

66. 1/000 of an amp

68. Unit of time

69. Home state of Los Alamos lab

70. Chemical symbol for beryllium

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